National Geographic : 1930 Jul
TO-DAY ON "THE YUKON TRAIL OF 1898" THE GRAVEYARD NEAR SELKIRK FLOURISHES IN PROPORTION TO POPULATION The old missionary in the foreground pointed out the advance of civilization as recorded in the painted artistry of the wooden monuments marking the graves. Photographs by Amos Burg MAROONED BY BREAKERS AT THE HEAD OF WINDY ARM, IN LAKE TAGISH "Spoke" is enjoying a siesta while the author photographs. Every fifth day, if the wind was blowing, the canoeists camped on an open bar, cooked dried beans, and conducted experi ments with pork and red peppers. If the wind did not blow, the mosquitoes hung around, anxious to make blood tests. Beans were served for lunch and dinner and something jokingly referred to as waffles for breakfast.