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Clip #: TFA-314B
Library: TFA Network
1920s, Africa, Charles Wellington Furlong, Furlong Expedition, Egypt, Suez Canal, dredging and widening work being done on canal, ships traveling on Suez Canal, sunset, Red Sea, ship povs, rolling waves, Aden, British Empire colony, Yemen, rocky shoreline, mountainous, port, pilot boat, pilot coming aboard ship, Arab stevedores hauling coal from ship by hand, expedition going ashore by being transported in tender by native men, rock cut roads, camels being ridden and transporting cargo on backs or pulling water carts, pack camels, salt works, mills, windmills, Mombasa, Kenya, SS Tanganjika steaming into Mombasa Harbor at sunset, port, Arab trading dhows, Furlong visiting Sultan of Zanzibar representative Sir Ali, K.A.R., Kings African Rifles soldiers training to use machine guns, Askari soldiers, crying Askari toddler sitting on ground, Bayonet drills, K.A.R band marching from barrack’s drill ground towards Government House, native men carrying weapons huddled together in group and dancing, hunters, boat ride, shore, grassland, veldt, near Kenya - Tanganyika border, views from kopje, antelope herd grazing and galloping through veldt, hunters / expedition members carrying antelope body parts, zebra herd, expedition truck driving through water, mud and rough terrain, men pushing truck up hill, native man secured to rope crossing turbulent river, truck driving down hill and through water, pack of wild dogs, watering hole, Masailand, expedition member having difficult time driving through rough trail, expedition members setting up camp, men pulling expedition trucks across water and up muddy riverbanks, Martin Johnson and Furlong expeditions meeting at Gremeti River, Tanganyika, expedition member carrying Osa Johnson, Martin Johnson setting up camera and filming men pulling truck, expedition led by hunter Jack Lucy tracking leopard through jungle and finding its lair in thicket, dongas, view from tree boma leopard stalking zebra carcass
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