"I have seen in encyclopaedias and the National Geographic Magazine"
Mount Logan
Public DomainMount Logan - Credit: Gerald Holdsworth

A  journal offering high quality analysis and photography of the planet Earth, the National Geographic Magazine was first published in 1888, nine months after its founding members formed a society in Washington D.C. "for the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge". Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, was one of the founder members and became its President from 1898 to 1920.

Mount Logan, the highest peak in Canada, was discovered during the first National Geographic expedition (1890-91).