National Geographic : 1938 Jun
ADIRONDACK IDYLS A STRANGE CRAFT MAKES A COLORFUL SPLASH ON THE PALETTE OF UPPER SARANAC Pedals, not paddles, propel this catamaran, a far cry from the birch-bark canoes of the Indians who once camped on these shores. Although they never settled permanently in the Adirondacks, both the Iroquois and the Algonquians often hunted or summered here. v irauonal ueograpnic society Lutaycolor P1hotographs by Harrison lowell Walker FORTY-FOUR WHITESKINS, "ON THE MARK." PUSH FOR A PRIZE-PERHAPS A PUDDING Often rival crews of boy campers wager their luncheon desserts on the outcome of a race over a 200-yard course on one of the Fish Creek Ponds, near Upper Saranac.