National Geographic : 1944 Jan
The National Geographic Magazine In a Mountain Stream, Fiji Islanders Load a Bamboo Raft with Bananas Fijians, like other South Sea islanders, love this easy type of work. Hard labor in the sugar-cane fields they leave to immigrants from India. Old-time Fijians were notorious cannibals; their grandsons are Christians. Wounded American fighting men convalesce in modern hospitals here.