National Geographic : 1934 Dec
THE GUN DATES FROM 1861, BUT IT STILL SHOOTS No modern repeating rifle, but an ancient muzzle-loader equipped with flint lock, is this Chatino Indian's weapon for killing coyotes near Juquila, and his aim is deadly. How such firearms came into the country is not definitely known, but it seems probable that they were connected with some long forgotten filibuster. THE BELLE OFAMUSGOS PROVED SHY She refused to be photographed alone and insisted that the girl inwhite stand with her. From thecotton her father had planted and her mother had spun she wove her pretty dress with itsrich decoration. She did not embroider the pattern, butwrought itinto thecloth ontheloom by adifficult and painstaking art inherited from her ancestors.