National Geographic : 1949 Oct
40 National Geographic Society Painting by W. Langdon Kihn Only Central Eskimos Build Winter Igloo Villages; Alaskan Eskimos Constructed No Snowhouses Save asTemporary Shelters In the foreground Central Eskimos are readying for migration sealskins or pokes packed with seal oil. A snowshovel lies atleft near aman loading skins and caribou antlers on his sled. In the middle distance are an upturned sled and mukluks (skin boots) drying in the sun.White fox skins are suspended from the harpoon on the right. A small skin is pegged to the side wall of the igloo entrance.