National Geographic : 1963 Nov
Human skulls, treasured relics from the past, hang from a roof beam in the Rajang River longhouse. Newest one is that of a Japanese soldier who invaded Sarawak during World War II. Because of the in fluence of Christian missionaries, most trophies of this kind have been buried. Pensive daughter of a former head-hunt er peers from a longhouse window. Sling across the shoulder usually serves in hold ing a baby on her back; the cloth bunched in front keeps it from cutting.