National Geographic : 1927 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SICILIAN SONS OF NEPTUNE One of the many little villages that dot the coast of Sicily. From all of them small fishing boats fare far into the Mediterranean and cruise up and down the North African coasts. ( National Geographic Society iutociiruines iuniieler uy iLuigi reiielano FOLK OF THE COUNTRYSIDE NEAR SYRACUSE Sicily is not a rich country and her peasant people, while often surrounded with ruins and relics of ancient grandeur, have a hard struggle to provide a living for themselves and their nu merous children. " Going to America " for many years was a major industry.