National Geographic : 1922 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Publishers' Photo Service SEA-EELS FOR SALE! The fishman is offering his catch of c6ngrio, a fish which derives its Spanish name from its elongated appearance. It is found in northern Chilean and southern Peruvian waters. Photograph by Harriet Chalmers Adams FLOUR FOR THE INTERIOR In the days of '49 the bread of the California miners was made from Chilean flour. Wheat is raised principally in central Chile, where the long, fertile valley between the mountain ranges is like the golden valley of California. Agriculture represents a high proportion of Chilean industry, one and a quarter million acres being cultivated for wheat.