|Film Description:||Reel 16 of 46|
Suk village & people
ShotlistCat. Reel 196 1961: Reel 16: East Africa. Jan. 23-25. Kirinyaga. Tunguldive. Barslinger area
Suk (Pokot) girls
Mr. Kintner with Suk girls.
Suk (Pokot) girl talking and spitting, one lower tooth removed.
Water holes, dirty water.
Men drinking (mws).
Indian store (Tunguldive).
Suk (Pokot) village.
Berries in a drying-skin.
Milking a goat.
Gourd container with cap.
Well (Tunguldive): goats, camels. Person with giraffe-hair
Baby wearing tooth necklace.
Samburu people traveling: loaded donkey.
Reticulated giraffe (ws).
Nests: strip-breasted sparrow.
Holes in nest made by predator.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Samburu people, Lokop people, Loikop people, Suk people, Pokot people, Kenya, Uganda|
|Tags:||Kenya | Loikop people | Lokop people | Pokot people | Samburu people | Suk people | Uganda|
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