National Geographic : 1937 Jul
Photograph byB.Anthony Stewart FLEET-FOOTED YOUNG INDIANS RACE OVER LOGS AT THE MILLPOND OF THE MENOMINEE RESERVATION As good as a vaudeville skit is the logrolling done by these nimble, brown-skinned boys-a jolly lot who swim likebeavers. The mill atNeopit and extensive timber lands are held as common property by the tribe. Workmen receive wages and a share of the profits. Screens atop both theincinerator (left) and thetallsmokestack reduce danger of forest fires. In many old mill towns the incinerator generated steam which was piped to dwellings, churches, and schools, heating theentire community.