National Geographic : 1930 Jul
TO-DAY ON "THE YUKON TRAIL OF 1898" DOSING INDIAN BOYS OF LITTLE SALMON FOR INFLUENZA They solemnly took their medicine and grunted their thanks. The missionary said they showed their appreciation indirectly, and that they have a saving sense of humor. Photographs by Amos Burg A NOVEL WAY OF MOVING A CABIN Because of the diminishing Indian population at Little Salmon, the trader decided to move his store downstream. The logs were numbered, so that when the cabin was reerected each log could be put exactly in its place without trouble.