American National Geography Online Library
National Geography is the official magazine of the National Geography Society, which is famous for providing in-depth reports on culture, nature, science, technology and environment. The magazine provides readers with comprehensive and timely articles and legendary photos and maps, and demonstrates the tremendous changes in this planet and the alien world through the lens of personal experience. The magazine offers epic documentary of discovery from the first-person perspective, including the work of Hiram Bingham (1875-1956) in Machu Picchu, the innovative research on gorillas by Jane Goodall (1934-) and the discovery of the Titanic by Robert Ballard and so on.
With direct window, the database offers a comprehensive search for every article, picture and map of this magazine, and provides materials necessary for research staff and the public in all ages.
The database comprises of three modules: the American National Geography Online Library (1888 to 1994, 1995 to present), the National Geography: people, animal and the world; the children’s edition of the National Geography.