National Geographic : 1912 Jul
Photo by M. W. Pope ONE AND A HALF CORDS OF FUR AT RAMPART HOUSE AWAITING SHIPMENT The precious furs of fox and sable have been sent to London. The furs seen here are mostly muskrat, about 17,ooo of them Photo by F. Lambart THE HOME OF THE SQUAW MAN Seemingly perfectly contented, the squaw man is found in most unexpected places. They are usually kind to their wives and devoted to their children. They eke out an existence by trapping, mining, or guiding hunting parties.