Supplementary materials: recorded annotation with Alonzo and Dorothy Pond,1,3,5,6
title supplied by Archives staff (unpublished work) -- archival collection
Footage shot on the 1930 Beloit College-Logan Museum archeological expedition to northeastern Algeria. Footage includes: street scenes in Kasbah, Algiers; market scenes at Ain Beida; nomad caravans and Arabs on horseback demonstrating riding skills; the oasis of El Kantara; the native quarters of Biskra and Chauoui; Chauoui Berber women grinding grain, milking sheep, churning butter in a goat skin, and making pottery; and Kabylie Berber men and women engaged in various domestic, agricultural, and craft activities. Also included are various scenes of archeological excavations and camp life.
Pond, Alonzo, et al. 1938, PREHISTORIC HABITATION SITES IN THE SAHARA AND NORTH AFRICA. Beloit: Logan Museum Bulletin
Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, MD