National Geographic : 1924 Mar
288 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE TWISTING WAY OF MOKI CANYON The Expedition followed a winding path for 18 miles through this silent canyon. In the cave at the left is a cliff-dwelling, and below it a series of steps, pecked with stone hammers. Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd PRIMITIVE MAN BUILT HIS HOMES IN THE GREAT CAVES Those objects he lost or threw away hold much of his unwritten history. Note the mounted men at the edge of the cave shadow.