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A Settlement on the Upper Pomeroon, Sambura, Guiana- Caribs Crushing Sugar Cane and Making Cassava Bread, from `Indian Tribes of Guiana'

by W.H. Brett

A Settlement on the Upper Pomeroon, Sambura, Guiana- Caribs Crushing Sugar Cane and Making Cassava Bread, from `Indian Tribes of Guiana
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A Settlement on the Upper Pomeroon, Sambura, Guiana- Caribs Crushing Sugar Cane and Making Cassava Bread, from `Indian Tribes of Guiana' - W.H. Brett

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English: "A Settlement on the Upper Pomeroon, Sambura, Guiana- Caribs Crushing Sugar Cane and Making Cassava Bread, from `Indian Tribes of Guiana'" oil on Canvas, location: Royal Geographical Society - London.
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