National Geographic : 1950 Jul
© National Geographic Society 4 This Conch-shell Bugle Called Troops to Action in the Revolutionary War M. Louis Gore of Sayre, Pennsylvania, blows the shell he inherited from his great-grandfather, Obadiah Gore, who marched through the Susquehanna Valley with Gen. John Sullivan's army in the Iroquois cam paign of 1779. Later he made it his home. Kodachromes by \alter M. Edwards + Take Off Those Indian False Faces; We Know You, Paleskin Paddlers Jim Evans, Ralph Gray, and Don Blakley visit In dian Steps Museum in York County, Pennsylvania, and try on Iroquois masks. The faces were supposed to help wearers commune with the Great Spirit. In plague times the Iroquois donned them to ward off demons.