National Geographic : 1936 Jan
RAW BIRD MEAT IS AN ESKIMO DELICACY-THE FEATHERS A NAPKIN A native of Igloodahouny, Greenland, shows how the epicures of his people devour a dovekie (see illustrations, pages 118 and 119). He eats the breast and throws the rest away. Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams AT THE CONVENTIONAL RATE OF EIGHT BREASTS TO APERSON, THIS GROUP NEEDED 48 BIRDS FOR AMEAL Meat and eggs are eaten bythese Etah, Greenland, natives, and the skins make warm shirts. When the little black and white dovekies come north in spring they seem to fillthe sky(page 110).