|Film Description:||Reel 29 of 65|
Weaving colored reeds by hand. Splitting reeds with teeth (some cu).
Two-piece colored reed basket
Hand weaving a hairnet on a frame (some cu).
Market outside of a wall: many individual shelters
Charcoal for sale.
Woman in yellow dress under shelter. Market scenes.
Women carrying leafy branches to celebration.
Market scenes: goods carried on heads, native dress.
Silver necklaces for sale (cu).
Silversmith: charcoal fire, torch, a forming die and a piece formed in it.
Gourds in walled market.
Market traffic: people on dirt road, goods on heads.
Tukul under construction: note twig binding.
Straw spire at top of Tukul.
Inside tukul: "three stone" fire with pot.
Tukul interior: central supporting pole.
Seat made of inverted forked tree stump
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Harar, Marketplaces, Tulul, Basket weaving, Marketplaces|
|Tags:||Basket weaving | Harar | Marketplaces | Tukul|
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