National Geographic : 1950 Sep
4 National Geographic Society + Every Day Looks Like Washday on the Road to Ste. Anne de Beaupre Bright handicraft displays line the well-traveled road between Quebec City and the famous shrine. Argyle socks, sweaters, rag rugs, and bedspreads predominate. French Canadians have a knack for such work. Dog team and miniature carriage are tourist-stoppers. I (llehrolr n s Iyr 1b. Antho y Sle1\art al( .l01111 .l I leteher 4 Tongues Lolling, Sport and Bill Take a Well-earned Breather Their young master is a budding businessman; for 25 cents he poses his team for visitors or takes children for short rides (above). The dogs, a matched team, belong to a French-descended family. Except for remote areas, working dogs are seldom seen in Canada today.