National Geographic : 1943 Sep
Morton Hartman In Netherlands Timor Housetops Are Conical or Domed Instead of Peaked ason the Portuguese Side This village near Nikiniki is typical of the Dutch territory. Although climate and soil of the two parts ofthe island differ little, there isamarked differ ence in the customs and agricultural pursuits of the people. Here corn is the staple crop, and rice and sago are seldom seen. Portugal has helped the natives develop diversified farming.