Baga-1 (1) - Tall, from the Muse National, Guinea Benoit...

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The Baga, Guinea, West Africa
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Language groups of Guinea
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Map of Baga subgroups
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Bridge over a marigot in Baga region, Guinea
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Village of Kaklentsh, Baga, Guinea
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**Fulbe (Fulani) village near Mamou, Fouta Djallon, Guinea
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Helene Leloup (nee Kamer) & aide loading sacred Baga objects bought during 1950’s in Guinea **Moslem Malinke Missionary, Aseku Sayon & Disciples with confiscated Baga ritual objects
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**Baga, D’mba Mask Wood and fiber Ex-Picasso Collection
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Fred Lamp’s research associate, Oumar
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Unformatted text preview: Tall, from the Muse National, Guinea Benoit Camara, Baga elder Fulbe mountain village near Mamou, Fouta Djallon **Waterfall at Kinkon Chart of Baga migration groups **Kakilambe, the most fearsome of the Simos drawing by Father Feuillet (?), a Catholic Missionary of the Peres du Saint Esprit, before 1930 **Sketch of the supreme male spirit, probably Pukur by Moussa Bangoura, a Bulunits youth **Headdress, Pantshaman, Pukur, Mborn village...
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2011 for the course ART HIST 300 taught by Professor Brettsmith during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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