National Geographic : 1919 Feb
A KAYAN MORTUARY. THE BODY IS PLACED IN A COFFIN, WHICH IS THEN ELABORATELY DECORATED AND PLACED ON TOP OE HUGE, GROTESQUELY CARVED POSTS The. white rajahs have wisely recognized the danger of destroying the primitive customs and harmless occupations of the pagan peoples of Sarawak (see text, page 147). PUNANS, ONE OF THEMOST PRIMITIVE RACES OFBORNEO, COOKING A PIG THEY HAD FOUND DEAD INTHE RIVER It had apparently been dead three orfour days atleast. What they could not eat they hung by the river fortheir friends tofind. The wind being right, it couldn't possibly have been overlooked.