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Makasarese lady

Makasarese lady

Indonesia: The first champion of Manado, 1870

Indonesia: The first champion of Manado, 1870

A Toraja shaman wearing a round bead collar and several bead necklace.  ca. 1930   |||  Source; page 12, Ethnic Jewelery from Indonesia ~ http://issuu.com/edmbooks/docs/ethnic_jewellery_from_indonesia

A Toraja shaman wearing a round bead collar and several bead necklace. ca. 1930 ||| Source; page 12, Ethnic Jewelery from Indonesia ~ http://issuu.com/edmbooks/docs/ethnic_jewellery_from_indonesia

First minister of Buton. Buton people, Buton island.

First minister of Buton. Buton people, Buton island.

Minahasa Sulawesi-Utara

Minahasa Sulawesi-Utara

Dancers from Gorontalo, North Celebes, Dutch Indies (1910s) (now: Sulawesi, Indonesia) Photographer: Hendrik Veen

Dancers from Gorontalo, North Celebes, Dutch Indies (1910s) (now: Sulawesi, Indonesia) Photographer: Hendrik Veen

Boeginese children (S. Celebes), c1900   Photographer: Hendrik Veen, Dutch Indies

Boeginese children (S. Celebes), c1900 Photographer: Hendrik Veen, Dutch Indies

Chief of Galoempang, Toradja, Celebes (c1900)   Photographer unknown

Chief of Galoempang, Toradja, Celebes (c1900) Photographer unknown

Indonesia ~ Torajans posing with Dutch officer. The Toraja are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Their population is approximately 1,100,000, of whom 450,000 live in the regency of Tana Toraja ("Land of Toraja").[1] Most of the population is Christian, and others are Muslim or have local animist beliefs known as aluk ("the way"). The Indonesian government has recognized this animist belief as Aluk To Dolo ("Way of the Ancestors").

Indonesia ~ Torajans posing with Dutch officer. The Toraja are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Their population is approximately 1,100,000, of whom 450,000 live in the regency of Tana Toraja ("Land of Toraja").[1] Most of the population is Christian, and others are Muslim or have local animist beliefs known as aluk ("the way"). The Indonesian government has recognized this animist belief as Aluk To Dolo ("Way of the Ancestors").

Makasar, Sulawesi, Indonesia - Prajurit Makassar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Makasar, Sulawesi, Indonesia - Prajurit Makassar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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