Guiana. (1930 - 1939)
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Wilds, forests of South America.
Primitive settlements and life of the descendants of black slaves.
The life of the tribe.
Women in a large mortar pounded something like nuts / or others.
Children new to them trays and dumped on the ground.
Men and children are sorted grains.
Baking huge pancakes.
Woman bathing baby.
Women wash clothes in the river.
Women dressed in vintage dresses / suits plantations / and indulge in wild African dance.
Cutting of wood.
The natives felled centuries-old forest.
The men dragged the wooden sleepers huge tree trunk.
A tree falls with a crash.
Beautiful majestic Kaieteur Falls in British Guiana to the Essequibo River, opened in 1870 Communication with the outside world the natives carried out on canoes, rafting on the river.
River with a rapid current.
Boats successfully overcome the rapids
Key wordsSouth America, Guyana, landscapes, life, people, anthropology, forestry