National Geographic : 1924 Nov
BANISHING THE DEVIL OF DISEASE AMONG THE NASHI 470 NASIII SHEPHERD BOYS ON THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE LIKIANG SNOW RANGE, ELEVATION 11,000 FEET In this region are many lovely alpine meadows, to which the Nashi shepherds bring their herds of sheep and goats, as well as cattle, early in the summer. Later in the year they return to the plain at the foot of the range. A NASHI FROM NGULUKO WITI NATIVE PIOW The plowshare is tied to his back, over the palm-fiber raincoat. The two baskets which hang below the plow are tied over the mouths of his oxen to prevent them from feeding.