National Geographic : 1926 Apr
THE OCCUPANTS OF THE COMMUNAL HUT ON THE PARIMA (SEE PAGES 370 AND 37I) Pilot Hinton is seen in the center of the group, trading clothes and knives for bows and arrows and blowguns. Note the way inwhich the arms of the man and woman at the left are bound above the elbow (see, also, illustrations, pages 396 and 411). With some Indians leading the way, and others falling in behind, the airmen had followed a faint and narrow trail through the dense forest to the malocca. Because of the white men's greater height, they had to bend continually to get under vines and limbs, but the Indians, of shorterstature, slipped along very easily.