Dr. O. W. Hampton
Tracing Patterns Foundation
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A Dani woman carrying a load of sweet potatoes in a net bag with sweet potato leaves on her head.
An old woman at Upama Village, wearing a neck hanging and a net bag on her head
A group of women from Jale Yali.
A group of seven children in Kipilamo Village in Abusa area. A girl has a net bag on her head.
The name 'Walo' means snake. He is wearing a penis sheath, a knitted cap, and a (metal?) ring above his elbows. Close-up shows the string holding up penis sheath.
Walo climbs down to the Aike river and takes a drink.
Old man with ring beard fills his gourd at a spring near Opagima Village and drinks.
Men from the Daole Mabel family gather to build a museum at Jiwika. They are taking wood from the pile and setting up wood for the building. Some men are wearing traditional attire and others western clothing.
Simon Silimek climbs over a fence gate at Sekan Village. A close-up shows his amputated fingertips. Two fingertips were cut for one son and two fingertips for another.
A chief at Sekan wears a safety pin in one ear. His fingertips are amputated.