|Film Description:||Reel 27 of 31|
ShotlistCat. Reel 176 1959: Reel 27: Nigeria, Kano.
Dyeing pit: indigo dye.
Mud huts in narrow street.
Muslims gathering at mosque.
Views of Kano (some overexposed).
Weaving: narrow woof. (cu).
Sugar cane. Flies (mws).
Method of constructing mud hut.
Dyeing pit: indigo dye (cu, mws).
Man pounding cloth under shelter.
Cutting candy (mws).
Cattle in grain field; bulbous horns.
Cotton en-route to market.
People carrying burdens on heads, en-route to market.
Reeds on way to market.
Fence made of reed mats.
Huts with "verandas" in village.
Young people pounding grain.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Kano, Indigo dye pits, Indigo, Cloth dyeing, Mosques, Weaving|
|Tags:||Cloth dyeing | Indigo | Indigo dye pits | Kano | Mosques | Weaving|
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