National Geographic : 1941 Dec
L6on Briand &Son Home from the Sea, Dorymen Clean and Split Their Cod on the Shingle Beach atSavoyard Every day on returning from fishing, the codfishers set up their tables and with curved knives split the fish, washthem inabarrel of seawater, and then put them away in salt (page 758). Scraps fall to the scavenging dogs. Dories are hauled out each day for safety and to keep their bottoms free of worms. These houses are used only during the coastal fishing season, which ends in September. In the distance is Langlade (page 761).