National Geographic : 1940 Jun
"AS ONE KID TO ANOTHER, I WISH HE WOULDN'T PICK US UP BY THE BELLY!" Navajo boys, having no lawns to mow or papers to deliver, must help herd the family goats. Every morning you see these boys-and girls, too-driving their bleating flocks out to forage on hill and desert. Photographs byH.Armstrong Roberts BOY OR GIRL BABY? ONLY THE PUEBLO SQUAW COULD SAY AND SHE WOULDN'T TELL These Pueblos, who builtTaos and similar villages, apparently had settled down as town dwellers anddeveloped their own arts and crafts before Navajos and Apaches entered the Southwest.