National Geographic : 1916 May
Photograph by W. G.Erving PLOWING IN THE CENTRAL ANDES The plowman is a Peruvian mountain Indian. His oxen are descendants of the imported Europeanstock; his plow isan iron tipped, pointed stick such as his ancestors have used since the Spanish Conquest. The scene is laid in the UrubambaValley. The chief crop isIndian corn.