National Geographic : 1934 Feb
CREW RACING WAS A FAVORITE SPORT OF SLAVERY DAYS Recently these races have been revived and have become an annual event at Sea Island Beach, where duplicates of the original hulls have been constructed. Descendants of the old plantation workers man the boats and sing the crew songs as they row. The St. Simon causeway, markedbypalms, canbeseen inthebackground. Photographs by J.T.DeGroot AN AFTERNOON CONSTITUTIONAL ON THE BEACH Bicycling is in vogue on the tide-packed sands of the Golden Isles. The beaches also serve as landing places forairplanes.