Musgum. African tribe. Young shepherds 1930s Young shepherds at the banks of the Logone.
African Sara women from Chad with lip plate, c. 1910s.
Woman of N’Djamena, formally Fort Lammy, Chad. The dark continent; Africa, the landscape and the people by Hugo Adolf Bernatzik.
The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Made the World Paperback – December 7, 2021
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Kanouri tribe. Nigeria, Africa 1930s. Peoples from the Kanouri tribe playing dice, Dikwa Nigeria.
Sara girl (Sara-Madjingaye). Ethnic group in southern Chad and Central African Republic. Gallery: The dark continent; Africa, the landscape and the people by Hugo Adolf Bernatzik
Girl of the African tribe of Kanembu from Lake Tchad 1930s.
Traditional Musgu woman from Tschad Photogravure portrait of a traditional Musgu woman with Labret Piercing. The disc stretches the upper lip. Photography by Jaspar von Oertzen in 1930. Musgum, Mulwi… Read More