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This object was collected by Stewart Culin (1858-1929) during a collection expedition in 1922. Culin was the Brooklyn Museum's first Curator of Ethnology, serving from 1903 to 1929. Possessing an insatiable curiosity and appetite for collecting objects of all kinds, Culin conducted over twenty worldwide collecting expeditions between 1901 and 1928

Sondra H. Talbot
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Andrea Prettner
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Illustration about Portuguese in national dress with a flag. Man and woman in traditional costume. Travel to Portugal. People. Vector flat illustration. Illustration of europe, costume, indigenous - 139465484

Guiselle Fernandez
Folclore Português - FolkCostume - Minho, Portugal Algarve, Traditional, Portuguese Clothing, Portuguese, Portuguese Culture, Folk Clothing, Folk, Folk Costume, Folk Dance

Hello all, today I would like to take another look at Estonia. The Estonians are a Uralic people, and are related to the Finns, Karelians, Veps, Votes and Livonians rather than to their Baltic neighbors, with which they are often lumped together. These languages are not Indo-European, unlike the majority of languages in Europe. Here is a map of Estonia. The small divisions shown on the map are called Vald in Estonian, which is usually translated as parish. The larger divisions are cultural…

Lucy Bernardo