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A Vision of Exploration
On January 27, 1888, The National Geographic Society was incorporated in Washington, D.C. The founding members wanted to know more of the world upon which they lived and to sponsor and share the research of others who travelled and explored … Continue reading
Rocky Mountain National Park
On January 26, 1915, President Woodrow Wilson signed Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, into being. It is the highest U.S. national park with elevations upwards of 4,345 m (14,255 ft). Lowest elevation grasslands aspen and montane firs and pines are … Continue reading