National Geographic : 1917 Jan
SHEEP FOR STOCKING A SETTLER'S RANCH BEING LANDED ON KODIAK ISLAND At present this country is lying almost neglected, but as Alaska passes from the stage of exploitation to that of development, these lands are destined to be much sought after for stock-raising. Photographs by R. F . Griggs SLEEK GALLOWAY CATTLE BELONGING TO THE EXPERIMENT STATION AT KODIAK After the eruption the station herd had to be taken to "the States" for the first two years; but their pastures made such a remarkable recovery that they were soon returned. A stranger would hardly suspect that this country was buried under a foot of ash only four years ago.