Two women in manioc field planting a second crop
Anthropologist: Jean E. (Jean Elizabeth) Jackson (American, 1943-)
Two women, perhaps Inocencias and daughter Amelia Castillo, in manioc field planting a second crop. Note sticks being put into the ground. 1969-1970, Púmanaka buro, Boa River, Papurí River basin,Vaupés, Colombia
Type of WorkImage
Cassava, Tucanoan Indians, Women's work
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