National Geographic : 1918 Feb
Photograph by D. B. Church THIE ONLY IOOKS USED IN CATCHING THESE SALMON WERE HANDS In a small creek which runs into Katmai Valley the members of the expedition found these four and five pound fish which had come up into fresh water to spawn. They were easily caught by the tail in the shallow pools. Photograph by J. W . Shipley CARRYING GRASS FIVE MILES INTO THE DESERT FOR TIHE SAKE OF AN EASIER BED Some of the members of the expedition had not the foresight to provide such mattresses; their blankets, therefore, were spread upon pebbles. This was Camp Four, the last camp before entering the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes (see map, page 155).