National Geographic : 1952 Jan
© National Geographic Society + An Eskimo Kilroy Camped Here a Century Ago Good hunting or fishing, not spectacular scenery, was the Eskimos' goal. When caribou disappeared from this area, the hunters moved away too, leaving flint and bone implements examined here by crater explorers. Kodachromes by Richard ]I. Stewart 4 Rock Roof and Crumbled Walls Mark a Once-snug Shelter Many Eskimo hunters made use of overhanging rocks as roofs for their lodges. One of these rude huts boasted the comfort of two fireplaces. Skin tents, anchored by stones, protected other nomads from wind and cold.