National Geographic : 1947 Jan
) :National ueograpnic society jnuuacrouiiie uy ulonaiu a.iuarsn Hunters Chop a Frozen Caribou and Devour It Uncooked. Indians Called These Northern Tribes Eskimos, "Eaters ofRaw Flesh" In autumn migrating herds fill the landscape. At river crossings, stone fences, and pitfalls they are trapped. Muchoftheir flesh, fat and tasty, iscached for winter. These men drink tea, strong and bitter, in enormous quantities. One gluttonous guest, invited to five feasts in succession, ate until hehad toslit his clothes.