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Stories by Harold J. Shepstone

Head Hunters of Burma

How England, at Considerable Cost and Peril, is Obtaining the Freedom of Thousands of Slaves from the Tribes in the Naga Hills

November 1, 1927 — Harold J. Shepstone

A Race with Nature

A spectacular engineering feat is the construction of the great Sennar Dam, on the Blue Nile, in the Sudan. Here the engineer has been wrestling with the Nile floods and by herculean efforts is erecting an immense barrage, two miles in length, across the river, in order to hold up water for the irrigation of a million acres of parched land, where cotton is to be grown by means of hundreds of miles of canals...

January 1, 1925 — Harold J. Shepstone
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine