Niger 1967 Reel 6 of 52


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Film Id:F16-0297
Film Description:Reel 6 of 52
Unedited travelogue


Cat. Reel 297. 1967: Reel 6: Niger. Feb. 12-14. Ayorou. Gaovey.[?] Gamkale. Niamey.

Man in yellow cloak.
Tuaregs, one with long sword. Animal market: reed mat shelters.
Salt slabs.
Camel market (pan).
Tuareg in veil "trying out" a donkey.
Two black-cloaked Tuaregs.
Animal market: many Africans in traditional dress.
Donkey resting his head on a friend.
Camel: neck extended on ground.
Boy pulling donkey.
Grass bundles.
Cooking in cans over fire.
Boats on shore.
Clay storage vessels.
Giraffe (leaving Ayorou).
Gaovey [?] River market (at Niamey) (pan shot).
Grass piles brought in by boat.
Boats, people, washing clothes in river.
Canopied river boats, people (at Gamkale they sell at
Gaovey [?] but sleep in boats at Gamkale) (good cu).
River boat with mat cover (good mcu).
River boats (at Gamkale).
Shore scenes: pots, wooden mortars.
Boats and contents (cu),
Village and market in Niamey:
Three young girls.
People, animals, market buildings.
Camel saddle (cu).
Market scenes: grain sacks,
Cassava for sale.
People under shelter.
Peul person.
Rope grooves at a well.
Ayorou. Gaovey. Gamkale. Niamey.
Animal market: cattle herders on camels, Tuaregs: note footgear.
Tuareg with elaborate feathered hat (cu).
Straw bundles on carrying rack.
Home-made violin (good cu).
Mattress carried on head.
Tribal huts at museum (see Cat. Reel 29h):
Hausa tent: mud sidewalls, conical thatched top (mcu).
Hausa tent: interior construction: gourd, probably to
catch rain leak ( Songhai tent: separate rooms for men and women.
Fish nets, 2-section boat, trans, of Sorko tribe.
Fish net.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Ayorou, Gaovey, Gamkale, Niamey, Tuareg people, Hausa people, Peul people, Songhai people
Tags: Ayorou | Gamkale | Gaovey | Hausa people | Niamey | Peul people | Songhai people | Tuareg people
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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