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Incidents in the Furlong East Africa Expedition
Description: Footage shot on the Furlong East African Expedition of 1929
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Clip #: TFA-24B
Length: 8:19
Year: 1929
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: Africa
Country: Congo
Subject: Explorers
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1920s, 1929, Africa, Uganda, Charles Wellington Furlong, Furlong East African Expedition, expedition departing from village, Buganda, Baganda people, Ganda porters carrying supplies on their heads, Semliki River, Lake Albert, Belgian Congo, native men paddling canoes loaded with supplies, expedition supplies including livestock being loaded into canoes, native men pulling truck across tumultuous Bissell River expedition, truck driving up dirt road followed by native people on foot, native men, women and children outside huts, native hunters kneeling down holding shields and spears, expedition member climbing on dead elephant and lying underneath its ear, native people examining and butchering elephant corpse, native people carrying elephant body parts on heads as they walk through tall grass, expedition member sitting on lion corpse, native men picking up lion corpse, native men carrying expedition member on their shoulders as they dance around, native man and woman riding bicycle, native children, native men playing traditional musical instruments

Notes:
Charles Wellington Furlong (1874–1967) was an American explorer, writer, artist and photographer from Massachusetts.


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