National Geographic : 1921 Dec
606 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Junius B. Wood FISHERWOMEN HAUL THE SEINE IN TRUK : CAROLINE ISLANDS They advance in a long line, holding the big nets in each hand, and thus form a wall as they drive the fish into shallow water. Daily practice has taught them the proper moment to wheel into a circle and land their catch. Photograph from Junius B. Wood A GROUP OF NATIVE MEN OF WOLA, A SETTLEMENT ON TI'II ISLAND OF TRUK The natives pierce the lobes of their ears and load them with such heavy weights that they expand to enormous proportions. The hill tribes of Truk are darker in color than the people of the coast, who are of light reddish-brown hue.