National Geographic : 1946 May
Eskimos and a Navy Officer Dicker over Skins and Walrus Tusks Baffin, the world's fourth largest island, is tenanted by some 1,400 Eskimos. This group came to Frobisher Bay to net and spear autumn's trout run. Having dealt with white men for a century, their tribe has become fairly civilized. Koaacnromes byDaniel S.Turner Salmon-pink TroutDry on the Morrissey's Bowsprit These fish are char, relatives ofthe brook trout. They were caught inFro bisher Bay while migrating tofresh water for spawning. Fishermen atthe Army base caught char by the hundreds. They arevery palatable.