National Geographic : 1935 Sep
FIRST IN STATEHOOD, DELAWARE RETAINS ITS GRACIOUSNESS LITTLE CREEK MAKES A PLEASANT HARBOR FOR AN OYSTER FLEET Commercial fishermen reap wealth from the tidewaters, and many streams afford sport for the angler. Diamondback terrapin were once so plentiful and cheap that an ordinance was passed prohibit ing lessees from feeding them to hired slaves more than three times each week. ) National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart TINY DELAWARE RANKS SECOND IN THE UNION IN TOMATO PACKING Pickers on a large farm near Bridgeville fill their baskets quickly. Situated near the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington markets, the State offers every inducement to the truck gardener. Sandy loam produces vegetables and fruit of especially fine flavor.'