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Film Id:F16-0296
Film Description:Cat. Reel 296 1967: Reel 5: Niger. Feb. 11-12. Guide. Ider. Gaovey. Gamkale. Birni N'konni. Ayorou.

Street, Straw stored on roof (Ider).
Woman pounding millet: mortar, long wooden pestle. Woman with
gourd: Four braids.
Street: huts, shelters (pan).
Cattle.
Restaurant: "Bar Restaurant Vietnam" (Berni N'konni).
Yard scenes. Roof shelter, gourds, bags.
Clay animal figure on side of hut.
Hut under construction: decoration over door.
Outdoor kitchen : gourds, chicken, pot boiling.
Village scenes: women carrying gourd dishes.
Branch framework of hut: Apex of frame (cu).
Woman spinning cotton: simple hand spindle.
Village scenes: people, huts, clay storage vessel, carrying-yoke
for large gourd water jugs.
Man on horseback: large stirrups.
Wooden vessels. Fire behind windbreak. Hut in brush enclosure.
Grass fire (8 fps).
Roasting meat.
River market (called Gaovey) in Niamey (*see K's notes):
Boats: many dugouts (mcu).
Shore scenes:
Fish for sale (at Ayorou).
Ayorou Sunday Market on Niger R. (north of Niamey): goods
arriving in boats, goods for sale, crowds.
Gourds, pumpkins for sale.
Many people at market.
Tuareg people: blue veil, sword or dagger.
Wares, people, pots, at market.
Meat roasting on clay oven.
Market scenes: variety of people in traditional dress, goods for sale.
Boats on shore.
Stock of grain bags. Market: general view.
Chief: reed hat.
Wood for sale.
Market scenes: people: note Tuareg with square "veil."
Cutting block of salt with saw: using feet to hold block.
Man with yellow gown, long sword.
Camel market:
Camel herd (cu).
Camel resting: neck straight out.
Y-shaped wooden saddle on camel.
Board; saddle (cu) .
Cattle market.
People in blue, white cloaks.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:
Tags: Ayorou | Birni N'konni | Marketplaces | Niamey
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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