September 1929

With Roy Chapman Andrews in Mongolia

Volume 14, Issue 3

UNDER THE leadership of Doctor Roy Chapman Andrews the American Museum of Natural History of New York City has sent several expeditions into different parts of China during the past thirteen years to collect specimens of animal and plant life, past and present, to study the geology, paleontology, and archeology (leading to the study of the geologic, paleontologic, and archeological history of Central Asia), to map the geography of the country visited and to study the people, their modes of life, customs, and physical environment.

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