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Ecuador 1949 Reel 7 of 10

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Film Id:F16-0038
Film Description:Reel 7 of 10
Unedited travelogue


Group along road to Ambato.
Sheep in road.
Large thatched hut.
Cooking: large stirring sticks. [cu of food]
Mountain scenes.
Houses on hill.
Sculptured shrubbery.
Crowded market.
Large wood bowls.
Crockery: tied up for transportation.
Large mats.
Decorative trunks.
Sewing. [mws]
Quechua woman spinning wool.
Metal dishes.
Soft drink bar.
Cooking and eating.
Using toes and hands to make rope.
Looking down on market from high point.
Use of wicker containers as means of measurement.
Loading pigs in trucks.
Llama on way to Banos.
Crystallized lava.
Very deep and narrow gorge; running water at bottom.
Water falls in very narrow gorge.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Ecuador, Ambato, Festivals, Marketplaces, Quechua people
Tags: Ambato | Ecuador | Festivals | Marketplaces | Quechua people
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