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91. Bacalao, coffee, sugar, yucca flour, corn and cattle were the most important export products on San Cristóbal. Here, the Manuel J. Cobos is loaded with sacks from the trolleys on the long pier at Wreck Bay.

92. The Government House on Hacienda El Progreso in 1905

93. Locally Harvested Invasive Cedar at the El Progreso Carpentry, 2016

94. Great class distinction, racial prejudice, language problems and religious barriers made communication between Norwegians and local residents difficult in San Cristóbal. Upon their arrival in Galápagos, the Norwegian colonists were quite unprepared for these problems.

95. Town Meeting in the Junta Parroquial, El Progreso, 2014

96. Beer Shipment Loaded onto Trucks, Commercial Dock, Wreck Bay

97. The Cemetery at Puerto Chico in 1905

98. Karin and Manuel Cobos with two-year old Dagfinn, Wreck Bay, 1932.

99. The romantic Karin revealed herself also as a woman with great willpower. In 1945 she was overwhelmed with marital problems, obligations as a mother of six, and financial difficulties. She and Manuel separated. With the help of the children and their father, she established her own cattle ranch. In 1952 she moved into the first “Pampa Mia” near Progreso.

100. Gravel Quarry, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, in 2012