|Film Description:||Reel 26 of 46|
ShotlistReel 26 of 46
Cat. Reel 206 1961: Reel 26: East Africa. Feb. 11-12. Moroto.
Karamojong granaries. Manyatta with square entrance.
Utensils, etc. in village.
Mud covered chicken coop on stilts.
Karamojong woman: coiled wire adornment, lip plug.
Log bee hive in tree (4 inches or 6 inches lens).
Huts: note oblong entrance.
Axe handle: home-made.
A grinding stone.
Sides for load.
Karamojong man smiling: note headrest and stool.
Snuff or tobacco "horn."
Women with burdens on heads.
Road to Adilong.
Woman, wooden bowl.
Man wearing nose ornament.
Tobacco "horn" (cu).
Women wearing skins.
Adornment: coiled wire cylinders around neck, hole in lip for plug.
Mother and baby.
Cattle on plain.
Woman with skin baby-carrier.
Woman cutting leather with spear head.
Woman poking holes in leather using wooden stick (cu).
Clay pot on open fire.
Ostrich plume on man's head.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Karamojong people, Uganda, Moroto|
|Tags:||Karamojong people | Moroto | Uganda|
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