National Geographic : 1940 Jul
A Peaceful Convoy of Kayaks Leads the Morrissey to Angmagssalik Eskimos make the approach of the Morrissey as thrilling as the entrance of a World War hero into New York Harbor. They escort theschooner toheranchorage with happy shouts, and holiday reigns in the village. Women and children watch from the cliffs, while others paddle thelarge umiak attheleft. Ifawave turns a kayak over, the paddler rights himself adeptly and is protected from getting wet by the skin cover which fits tightly around his waist.