National Geographic : 1945 Dec
678 The National Geographic Magazine To Roast Pig a la Grand Valley, First Heat Rocks over a Grass-lined Pit While the stones are in the fire, the pigs are singed over a small blaze to remove skin and bristles. Then stones, pigs, and sweet-potato tops go into the pit. 'In a few hours the feast is ready. Archbold Expeditions Fiber-cord Hair Nets Hold Unruly Locks in Check Grand Valley women wear carrying nets which hang down their backs like snoods. Man at right has a pig's tusk passed through his nose. All wear pigs' tusks in their necklaces.