National Geographic : 1933 Dec
Photograph by Putnam and Valentine CEASELESSLY THE FORCES OF THE DEEP CHARGE SHOREWARD There is seldom truce along the storm-beaten Banks. The waves roar over the shoals, pause for a moment in furiouschurning, and rush against theland. For many years the coast near Cape Hatteras has been known as a perilous place for ships of all sizes, from fishermen's boats tomighty ocean liners (seetext, pp. 715, 730).