National Geographic : 1938 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE COWBOYS YANK AT HEAD AND TAIL TO SUBDUE A REBEL STEER Once he is thrown, his horns will be sawed off as a lesson to him. The lasso is fastened low on the saddle, so that the horse is not thrown off balance by the pull and can run in a wide arc. Ut iNational tUeographic Society Kodachrome Photographs by Desmond IToldridge TEETH FILED TO A POINT ARE STYLISH IN MARAJO The young mother, in whom the Indian strain predominates, also believes that pointing the teeth prevents decay. On the line behind her hangs one of the heavy red flannel capes which cowboys and their wives wear when they travel.