National Geographic : 1924 Aug
208 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph from Harry A. Mclride HARVESTING ALMONDS The farmer usually spreads canvas under the tree and carefully knocks the nuts off with a pole. His family gathers them, and cracks and shells them in the farmhouse. The almond is the heaviest nut crop in Spain. O Publishers' Photo Service A VILLAGE STREET IN SPAIN The responsible and honorable position of the pig in for the most part black in color, which are found with The swine of Estremadura are fed on sweet acorns and Spain is evident from the great herds, their keepers in the Andalusian wilds. are considered the best in the country.