National Geographic : 1922 Nov
IN A WEST-COAST INDIAN KITCHEN In the favored climate of the west coast the Indian does not bother greatly with domestic cares. No chimney isneeded, for will not the smoke curl out of the door and find its way through the intricacies of the wattled walls? A fireplace of stone or adobe, acooking pot ortwo, and the establishment is complete. This kitchen is almost luxuriously equipped, for there is a chair in the background, amill togrind coffee, areal table, and an American lantern.