National Geographic : 1934 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THIS GAUDY KITE MOANS AND GROANS AS IT DIVES IN AERIAL JOUSTS Haitian boys build into their home-made toys of colored paper vibrating vanes that make queer noises. Sometimes they tie pieces of broken glass to the tails and try to maneuver the kites so as to cut the tails and strings of those of other boys. V iNatlonal tieographlc Society Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams LITTLE BROTHER WORKS A PRIMITIVE CANE CRUStIER Natives of the fertile district southwest of Port-au-Prince use a mill of one-boy power and one stalk capacity. The juice is not boiled into molasses or sugar, but sweetens the family coffee. In the crude mortar behind the standing girl, corn and cassava are pounded into rough meal.