Rainbow Countries of Central America

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The solitary sentinel of Mayan civilization at Quiriguá, Guatemala Frontispiece
The busy modern centre of San José, Costa Rica22
A bird's-eye view of San José de Costa Rica22
The City of Managua, Capital of Nicaragua42
A street in Managua, Nicaragua48
A street in Old León, Nicaragua48
The new bridge between Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela, Honduras72
The Parish Church of Tegucigalpa72
The Cathedral of Santa Ana, Salvador102
An impressive view of the reinforced concrete National Palace in San Salvador102
The American Legation in Guatemala City112
The lovely "Volcano of Water" as it rises above Antigua, Guatemala112
Ox-cart wheels of solid mahogany or cedar in Guatemala118
The famous flagstone-paved streets of Guatemala City and the newest generation of ox-carts118
The fine old Spanish Church at Ciudad Vieja, Antigua, Guatemala142
The Colegio de Cristo, Antigua, Guatemala142
The terraced wheat fields of the Highlands of Guatemala166
The alfalfa crop in the Central American Highlands166
On a sugar railway on a Central American plantation172
The sugar mill at Pantaleón hacienda172
Carrying pottery to market178
The cocoanut, a great potential source of off for the soap factories of the world178
Honduran cattle fattened on Guatemalan pastures186
Sugar-cane growing in a pale green sea186
The Indian Band232
The iguana, or edible lizard, delivered by the tail232
Native woolen goods and blankets, woven in the Highlands, being sold in the city markets236
Indian women weaving by hand236
Marketing in Central America240
Three generations of Indians240

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