National Geographic : 1964 Jan
White "kappie" shades Jane Repet to, here nibbling pink cake frosting. Children have worn such Afrikaans style sunbonnets more than a century. Hanging out morning wash, Mabel Laverello resumes life on lonely Tris tan. She is descended from American whaling captain Andrew Hagan, who settled on Tristan in 1849. After a long hunt that produced no whales, the captain quit the sea and sent his ves sel home by the first mate. He married a daughter of the Settlement's founder. Sacrificing part of his imported food for the sake of a harvest to come, Norman Swain puts aside the best of his potatoes for planting. KODACHROMES( NATIONALGEOGRAPHICSOCIETY Islanders stroke the feathers of a black australope. The rooster and three hens, gift of a passing South African survey ship, will be the nucle us of a flock for the Settlement.