National Geographic : 1954 May
630 Nubians, Too Independent To Be Driven, Follow Mrs. Florence Dorland Down the Road Mrs. Nicholds (in rear) enlisted a dog as a herder, but quickly discovered that goats could not be driven like sheep. "If you urge them nicely," she says, "they merely look at you expectantly. Wave your arms and they disperse in 14 directions. But walk ahead and they follow, amiable and curious."