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Picture of carriers loading canoes.Large group of men wearing wrappers, shirts and headgear are standing and sitting in canoes. Medium: Sepia. Gelatin silver print?
- Made in: Nigeria (south)
- Length: 7.4 centimetres
- Width: 8.6 centimetres
Inscription Content"Carriers trading canoes." [manuscript on back]; "Snapshots taken in Southern Nigeria during The Aro Punitive Expedition 1901. Pencilled notes on the backs provide a hint of subject. Donald [?] A. MacAlis [?] In [?] 1959" [manuscript on paper accompanying photographs].
Circumstances: One of a series of photographs taken on the Aro Punitive Expedition, including Af,B58.1-38.
- Topographic representation of: Nigeria (south)
Copyright: British Museum?
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
Southern Nigeria, medium group of canoes moored at back of river. Large group of adult males standing and sitting in canoes, "trading". Males wearing cloths, shirts, head-gear. Trees on far bank. Medium: Sepia. Gelatin silver print?
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Object reference number: EPF6927
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