|Film Description:||Reel 6 of 6|
ShotlistValley with mountains in background.
Clothes drying on cactus.
Boy on bank with Aztec ruin in background.
Washing clothes along bank using stone as washboard. [1 ws, 2 mws]
Carved stones on wall, base of Aztec ruin.
Aztec designs on wall.
Donkey carrying skins.
Old Spanish conduit.
Indians wearing straw raincoats.
Indians going to church.
Old Spanish aqueducts.
Lake along railroad at Morelia.
Thatched huts. [ws].
Porter carrying luggage on head and by hand.
View from train.
Valley from train.
Boy with raincoat on road.
Street in Pátzcuaro.
Indians in dugouts with spoon-shaped paddles.
Stone wall along road and donkey.
Stone hut being built.
Hut with rocks on roof to keep thatch in place.
Stone village road.
Children on "porch".
Structure over underground conduit in street.
Mule-train and Indian with heavy load on back.
Mule with large crate of chickens.
Two Indians with pig on rope.
Traditional hut decorated with flowers and shrubbery.
Woman washing hair in back of stone hut.
Coke sign at Pátzcuaro.
Indians throwing out fishnets from dugouts.
Street and pig.
Street and boy. Note clothing.
Baby on rocky road.
Dugout on lake.
Women on shore washing clothes.
Women winding thread.
Fish drying on board, [mws]
Dugout and large flat stone for grinding grain.
Four long strings for net.
Children on rocky street.
Lizard on rock. [mws]
Women washing clothes on shore.
Views from boat on lake.
Stone statue on hill on island in lake.
Women with washboard.
Women carrying water.
Street, ice cream freezer on sidewalk.
Small boy eating sugarcane.
Picking wood from middle of street.
Children pulling homemade wagon with wooden wheels.
Cattle being driven home with dark clouds in background.[ws]
Donkey carrying unpainted furniture.
Indians on way to market.
Street and market.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Pátzcuaro, Aztec culture, Aztec ruins, Morelia|
|Tags:||Aztec culture | Aztec ruins | Morelia | Patzcuaro | Pátzcuaro|
|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 firstname.lastname@example.org.|