National Geographic : 1922 Feb
THE HAUNTS OF THE CARIBBEAN CORSAIRS 179 © Ewing Galloway BRAINLESS IIRADWORK AT ST. LUCIA: WINDWARD ISLANDS It is customary in many of the islands of the West Indies for women, each carrying from 75 to 90 pounds of coal on her head at one time, to fill the bunkers of the vessels which stop at their ports. Photograph by Ierbert Turner TIIE TOWN SQUARE IN BASSETERRE, THE CAPITAL OF ST. KITTS The clock-tower in the center of the square was erected to the memory of the Hon. T . B. Berkeley, a prominent citizen of the colony. The lower parts of the houses in St. Kitts are built of a grayish stone, the upper stories being of wood.