National Geographic : 1931 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE MAIN STREET IN HIGUEY Small, thatch-roof houses of flimsy construction are the rule in most provincial towns. One of the chief attractions here is a shrine to which miracles are attributed (see Color Plate XIII). VltuvulliV arcugllpllla , '_ - -Ly INau ll- ulu l rtluu~ [ l V ys uy jautoo aye RAW MATERIAL FOR AMERICAN CHOCOLATE BARS Cacao beans, from which chocolate is made, are cultivated more extensively in the Dominican Republic than elsewhere in the West Indies. Here they are being dried in large trays mounted on tracks. When rain threatens, these are rolled under cover in the building at the left.