Woman of N’Djamena, formally Fort Lammy, Chad. The dark continent; Africa, the landscape and the people by Hugo Adolf Bernatzik.
Ranavalona III, born November 22, 1861 at Amparibe and died in exile in Algiers May 23, 1917, was the last queen of Madagascar where she reigns from 1883 to 1897
Kanouri tribe. Nigeria, Africa 1930s. Peoples from the Kanouri tribe playing dice, Dikwa Nigeria.
A Lendu woman from Uganda 1902.
Zulu warrior with weapons in 1902.
Woman of the African Fanti tribe of Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire 1930s. The Fante belong to the ethnic group of the Akan and live mainly in the Central Region in southern… Read More
African warrior of the Nuer tribe, Sudan 1930s. The Nuer are an African ethnic group in South Sudan and western Ethiopia. They are traditionally cattle farmers. Their social structure is… Read More
African tribe Ovambo women, Ondonga S.W. Africa. The Bantu society Ovambo is the most numerous population group of Namibia and is also in the immediately adjacent extreme south of Angola’s… Read More
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
Ashanti warriors. The Ashanti Region (in Akan: Asante Manta) is a region of Ghana with the capital of Kumasi. The vast majority of the population consists of members of the… Read More