National Geographic : 1937 Sep
L iNaaonal '-eograpnic ucilety "BUT I DON'T NEED ANY MANGOES TODAY!" Native women twine rags about their heads to help balance the baskets and ease the loads of chickens, fruits, and vegetables that they carry along the streets of Port-of-Spain. Well named is the tree, a flamboyant (Plate VIII). Finlay Photographs byEdwin L.Wisherd MYSTIC CEREMONIES AT AHINDU TEMPLE NEAR ST. JOSEPH One half-naked attendantpounds aplatelike brass drum, another pipes a flute, and a third reads boisterously from aworn manuscript. They will not explain the ceremony, but will perform itforashilling ortwo.