National Geographic : 1935 Aug
SO SIMILAR DO THESE JUTTING HEADLANDS APPEAR TO SAILORS AT SEA THAT THEYARE CALLED THREE SISTERS Not far from Rocher Perce (see illustration, opposite page) tower the striking limestone and granite formations that thrust into the sea like the square jaws ofdefiant boxers. From the road winding upward there is a splendid panorama of the village, with its cottages sheltered in thevalley and the fishing fleet lying at anchor. Photographs byB.Anthony Stewart JACQUES CARTIER SOUGHT REFUGE FROM A STORM IN THIS HARBOR FOUR CENTURIES AGO Warships of France and England, anchored off Gaspe, brought emissaries to the 1934 celebration that commemoratedthe landing here of the brave French explorer. The drawbridge is raised to admit a gaily dressed vessel to the inner harbor where holiday pennants flutter from smaller craft.