National Geographic : 1939 Nov
EUROPE'S NORTHERN NOMADS THE LAPLANDER'S "SUMMER PALACE" IS A SNUG SOD HUT Heavy stones prevent winds from raising the roof. The boys doing chores belong to the Kautokeino tribe, which follows the reindeer herds north and west in summer. © National Geographic Society oaacnrornes uy sunne, mAovietonews NOT A TAFFY PULL!-MOTHER AND DAUGHTER WRING OUT A REINDEER SKIN The hide has just been dipped in a tanning solution. Besides pulling sleds, domesticated reindeer provide meat, skins for garments and boots, antlers and bones for tools, and sinews for thread.