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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Amerikanische Ethnologie [VIII E 4856]

Waurá-Indianer

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Description

Datierung nach Schmidt 1928: 86. Dort Beschreibung seines Besuchs des "inzwischen [Verweis auf eigene Expedition 28 Jahre zuvor] zum Schutze und zur Zivilisierung ihrer Stammesgenossen [der Bakairí] errichteten Posten Simão Lopez".

Material/Technique

Auf Karton aufgezogen

Measurements

Kartonformat (Foto): 37 x 29,4 cm; Bildformat (Foto): 11,5 x 8,7 cm

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Waura (Ethnie)
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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Max Schmidt (Ethnologe) (1874-1950)
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Rio Kuliseu
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1927
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1927
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1927
1926 1929
Ethnological Museum of Berlin

Object from: Ethnological Museum of Berlin

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