National Geographic : 1949 Oct
IS A1 © National Geogralphic Society + Amid White Men's Trappings, Eskimos Cling to Ancient Customs About 40 of these native Alaskans live in Fairbanks. This group, in furred parkas and mukluks, sings old songs. Accompanist Silas Negovanna, ex-GI, scrapes whining notes from a musical saw. A sco color Icy (). C. Swict Y Thumb Sucking Helps Ease the Tedium of a Pickaback Journey Eskimo mother and child have forsaken native cos tume for brighter modern attire. Menfolk of the Fair banks Eskimo colony, brought south to relieve a war time manpower shortage, work on the Alaska Railroad.