|Film Description:||Reel 28 of 46|
ShotlistCat. Reel 208 1961: Reel 28: East Africa. Feb. 14-19. Moroto. Gulu.
Woman: body decorated.
Man: leopard skin, nose disc.
Leg bells. Animal skin attire. Cleaning teeth using a stick.
Long horn with sewn leather cover. Dancing .
Crank case: cover removed.
Women. Loaded donkey.
Girl wearing chain apron.
Woman: metal anklets, skin clothing, yoke on head (mws)
Pottery decorating: tools, etc.
Wooden mortar and pestle.
Twig tripod to help baby walk.
Beehive: bark cylinder.
Pick or spade.
Catching fish by scoop-draining a pool.
Drums with thongs.
Lowering water level (to catch fish?)
Drying cotton on raised platform (mws).
Aswan River bridge.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Uganda, Moroto, Gulu, Karamojong people, Karamojong, Dancing|
|Tags:||Dancing | Gulu | Karamojong | Karamojong people | Moroto | Uganda|
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