National Geographic : 1929 Jan
MORE THAN A THOUSAND PLANTS WERE COLLECTED Blue lupines, purple iris, white wild celery, and an endless variety of small flowers of every color weave a tapestry of transcendent beauty with the lush green of grass and the purple of tundra (see page o09). NATIVECHILDREN ARE CURIOUS Wherever there is a fishcannery, youngsters ofthe Katmai settlement can be found watching themen at work. These boys are on the wharf at Squaw Harbor. Their smiles are characteristic ofthe Alaskan natives.