The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native furrier uses a home-made, spiked implement and a piece of flint-stone to treat the skin after the braying operation is completed. Then the skin is unpegged and softened further by rubbing with the hands. February 8, 1952. (Photo by Camera Press).;The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native Stock Photo 5513-111845808 : Superstock

The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native furrier uses a home-made, spiked implement and a piece of flint-stone to treat the skin after the braying operation is completed. Then the skin is unpegged and softened further by rubbing with the hands. February 8, 1952. (Photo by Camera Press).;The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native

Stock Photo: 5513-111845808 The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native furrier uses a home-made, spiked implement and a piece of flint-stone to treat the skin after the braying operation is completed. Then the skin is unpegged and softened further by rubbing with the hands. February 8, 1952. (Photo by Camera Press).;The Craftsmen of Barotseland -- This photograph shows two more of the primitive tools with which skins are treated. The native

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