National Geographic : 1919 Feb
DAYAKS ENTERTAINING VISITORS AT A BANQUET DURING THE HARVEST FESTIVAL Being a guest in Sarawak is not always an unalloyed joy to one with American tastes. The culinary masterpiece of the occasion is chicken a la Dayak. The fowl's larger feathers are pulled out and some of the remaining ones burned off over a fire. Nearly all that is left is chopped fine and stewed. DAYAK WOMEN IN HOLIDAY COSTUME FOR THE HARVEST FESTIVAL The lady with the sunshade and the Seventh Avenue dressing sacque looks as if she might be the duenna for this bevy of native belles. Many semi-civilized tribes wear anklets of brass, silver, and gold, but in Sarawak Dame Fashion seems to have decreed "calflets."