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  • COMMISSIONER HIGGINS VISITS AHMEDABAD GIRLS' SCHOOL
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    ACTUALITY. Commissioner Higgins of the Salvation Army visits Ahmedabad Girls' School.

    A group of girls of different ages, wearing uniform dresses and saris, wave bunches of flowers around in a rhythmic exercise, directed by a woman ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Dance performed by men and women of the Koita tribe, Papua. In the background a boy tries to shin up a greasy pole (46ft) Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of a dance performed by men and women of the Koita tribe from Eholasi village, Papua (41ft) Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton at Port Moresby in 1904 ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Men and women of the Koita tribe, Papua, perform a drumming dance. The dancers are possibly from the villages of Pari, Akorogo and Kila Kila (54ft) Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Lakwaharu men and women from Tupuselei village, Papua, perform a dance (67ft).

    Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton at Port Moresby in 1904.

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of maginogo dancing by men and women of the Koita tribe. In the background a boy attempts to climb a greasy pole (45ft).

    Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of dancing by Motu and Koita tribespeople, Papua.

    A large number of male and female tribespeople performing a Motu dance at Hanuabada: in the background are several tall grass-roofed houses (102) MOTU DANCES. DANCED BY FOLK OF ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Titles (2). LS of native dancers, four groups of two men dance backwards and forwards from each other and then dance in a circle. They carry long thin drums which they beat with a stick. A group of natives also look on. (79). Dancers then ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of what is probably a Ropa dance by Koita from the village of Kido, almost certainly made at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes, organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton in 1904 at Port Moresby, Papua. The dance, which is ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Salvation Army members and villagers in India parade past a camera. In two parts.

    No titles. Men and women in Salvation Army uniforms and pith helmets march right to left then turn and march left to right in close-up past ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of a dance by the natives of Papua.

    Titles (1). LS of men in a line each with a drum. They dance forwards and backwards lifting the drums into the air. They seem to be led by a man in a large feathered head-dress. Three women in ...