National Geographic : 1943 Apr
© National Geographic Society For Visiting Dress the Bush Negro Dons a Toga Ordinarily the Djukas wear only loincloths. Descendants of runaway slaves, they maintain African customs deep in Surinam jungles. They are divided into three large and three small tribes, numbering 19,000. Kodachromes by Philip Hanson Hiss Carib Women Spin and Toil Only about 2,600 aboriginalCarib and Arawak Indians remain inSurinam. Many have mixed with the Negroes or vanished. These live atthe mouth of the Marowijne (Maroni) River,boundary between Surinam and French Guiana.