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Around the World March/April 2023

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Around the World March/April 2023

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Around the World September/October 2021

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Around the World January/February 2021

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Around the World May/June 2020

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Digs & Discoveries March/April 2012

Weaving with Dog Hair

The oral history of the Coast Salish people—a collection of tribes that have inhabited the Pacific Northwest and the west coast of Canada for more than 10,000 years—includes mentions of a Pomeranian- like dog that was bred specifically so its woolly hair could be used in textiles.

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Features March/April 2012

Saga of the Northwest Passage

Discovering evidence of an ill-fated mission in the frigid waters of the Arctic

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Features Sep 01, 2011

The Edible Seascape

A reevaluation of evidence along North America's western coast shows how its earliest inhabitants managed the sea's resources.

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Features May 01, 2011

World War II Aircraft Crash Sites

In World War I, planes were primarily used for reconnaissance missions—though early dogfights took place between aircraft outfitted with machine guns. In World War II, in addition to recon and air fights, aerial bombing was a major activity.

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Features Jan 01, 2011

HMS Investigator

Banks Island, Canada

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Around the World Nov 01, 2010

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It was supposed to be a rescue. The HMS Investigator left England in 1850 to find the HMS Erebus and Terror, ships that had been seeking the fabled Northwest Passage. But in 1851, in Mercy Bay, the Investigator ran aground and was eventually trapped in pack ice and abandoned.

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