National Geographic : 1938 Aug
Photograph from Amos Burg SWIMMING SWIFT RIVERS, CARIBOU FOLLOW THE LEADER AND CHURN THE WATER MADLY AS IFWOLVES WERE ATTHEIR FLANKS In Arctic regions the abundance or scarcity of caribou may spell the difference between plenty and hunger for the Indians and Eskimos. Meat and bone marrow supply food; skins are made into trousers, parkas, and moccasins; horns are fashioned into implements; split sinews outlast thefinest spun threads. Photograph byCharles Reiach, courtesy TheBeaver PICTURE STORY OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN: THREE HOURS OF ARCTIC "SUNSET" AND "SUNRISE" PHOTOGRAPHED ATTEN-MINUTE INTERVALS Here at Coppermine from May 28 to July 17 natives see the sun day and night if the weather is clear. The nearer to the North Pole, thelonger theannual period ofcon tinuous sunlight. The exposures were made in June on the same negative, the camera remaining stationary onatripod.