National Geographic : 1933 Dec
Photograph by Clifton Adams ,BOAT-BUILDING ART COMES DOWN THROUGH GENERATIONS This modern speed craft, copied from a magazine picture, is being finished in one of the shops at Manteo, Roanoke Island. The town was named for the friendly chief baptized by the Raleigh adventurers (see page 696). Photograph byDr. Blanch N.Epler OLD-TIME HOUSEHOLD ARTS PERSIST As long as half-wild sheep ranged Hatteras Island with thesand ponies, hogs, and cattle, this woman washed and carded wool, spun herown yarn, and produced cloth for her family. Her catisabeauty (page 703).