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Jember Fashion Carnaval, Jember, East Java, Indonesia Copyright for this gallery photo belongs solely to Jim Zuckerman.

Bangswan Atjeh dan istrinya. 1900-1920

A young couple in The seemingly wealthy man is armed with a triple crowned Sikin sword and a Dutch Hembrug 1873 Revolver.

Young balinese dancer date and photographer unknown

Indonesia, Bali ~ Young balinese dancer date and photographer unknown

Moro warrior, from the Philippines, early 1900, shown wearing locally made mail and plate armor and European influenced brass helmet.

Moro warrior armor typical of the Moro wars of Stopping these Islamic fanatic, pirates and bandits was the reason the Colt 1911 semi-automatic 45 caliber pistol was adopted by the U.

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Indonesia - Sumatra - Nias (1867) - Nias people are an ethnic group native to Nias, an island off the west coast of North Sumatra. In the Nias language, the Nias people are known as Ono Niha; which literally means  'descendants of human'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nias_people

Indonesia, Nias islanders ~ Nīas (Indonesian: Pulau Nias, Nias language: Tanö Niha) is an island off the western coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. Nias (Kepulauan Nias) is also the name of the archipelago, including the small Hinako Islands.

Indonesia - Sumatra, Nias Island | Warrior / soldier. | Photographer and date unknown

Indonesia - Sumatra, Nias Island | Warrior / soldier. | Photographer and date unknown

Two Balinese woman and a man. Date and photographer unknown.

Smiles are rarely seen in photos taken during Netherlands colonial rule. Sadly, the Dutch were not kindly rulers and often mistreated the Balinese people.

Indonesia, Makassar ~ Young Makassar woman in traditional clothes (baju bodo) in the colonial period, 1930s.

Indonesia, Makassar ~ Young Makassar woman in traditional clothes (baju bodo) in the colonial period,