Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(John, ii:1)--'And the third day there was a marriage
in Cana of Galilee: and the mother of Jesus was there.'--John, ii:1. Five miles from Nazareth and quietly nestling in the
midst of olive and fig trees, is Cana of Galilee, accurately photographed as above. There are about two hundred families here.
There is a Greek church, the dome of which you see in the picture, in which it is claimed are the water-pots which contained
the water Christ turned into wine, and which was obtained from the spring shown in the foreground. These vessels are preserved
with great care because of their historic and religious significance. This village, like many others in Palestine, would have
passed from the memory of the human race but for the first miracle of Christ performed there." "L" is printed beneath the
text. Copyright year and photographer's name are printed at the bottom of the photograph, along with "Franklin Co Eng-Chi."
See 5419BAI/LVii145CAJS (Voyager # 362395)
Several pack animals stand on a road which leads to the Greek church in the distance