National Geographic : 1941 Mar
326 The National Geographic Magazine Native Visitors at Lake Habbema Behold White Men for the First Time In such attire, with a few sweet potatoes for food, and with bow and arrows, sometimes a spear, and nearly always a stone adz, these hardy people of the Grand Valley made long journeys over the frosty highlands. The man on the left wears a hairnet and a nose ornament of boar's tusk. Dyaks, Crouching in the Guba with all Their Gear, Flew to Lake Habbema What a contrast with old-time exploration, when men slashed their way through the jungles! With palm-leaf thatch (right) which the seaplane brought in, these carriers built themselves a comfortable house.