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Life In Morocco
Description: The living conditions, customs and occupations in Morocco in the 1950s
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Clip #: TFA-35F
Length: 9:38
Year: 1957
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Pat Dowling
Region: Africa
Country: Morocco
Original: 16mm
Casablanca, camels, waterboy with goat skin container, shoemaker, cobbler, stone mason chipping large rock, building a stone house, stone fort, roman ruins, mosque, Atlas mountains, farmer with cattle, plowing fields, irrigation well with donkey, wheat crops, man with sickle harvesting wheat, threshing ground with horses, sheep grazing, boy with lamb, washing sheepskins, wool gathering, spinning thread and yarn, dyed yarn, spinning wheel, bobbin, hand loom, clay pots, potter, decorating pot, blacksmith, public market, bread, souk, homemade candy, selling sheep, spice merchant, druggist, herbs, rugs, carpets, camel market, tractor with tiller, mechanical harvester, modern city, faces of happy Moroccans, Berber tribesmen on parade

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