National Geographic : 1953 Jun
827 Kodachromes by National Geographic Photographer B. Anthony Stewart The Architect of a Sand Cathedral Collects Admirers' Pennies at Weymouth Beach From this Dorsetshire port John Endecott and a band of some 60 pioneers sailed in 1628 in the Abigail. They settled at Naumkeag, later Salem. Endecott eventually became governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Wey mouth's Massachusetts namesake is the State's second oldest settlement. This sand structure is modeled after the Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. Vandals never bother the artist, but storm and beach ball sometimes ruin his creations.