Saint-Louis: Religious Pluralism in the Heart of Senegal

by David Robinson with assistance from Ghislaine Lydon, Kalala Ngalamulume and others

Gallery 8: Images Not Used in Essays

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Typical Street
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Typical street on the island of Saint-Louis.

Courtesy of David Robinson (1985)
Canoe Team
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Canoe team in uniform preparing for canoe races on the small branch (Petit Bras) of the river. The canoe teams were primarily located in the fishermen's quarter of Guet Ndar. The local word for canoe is "pirogue."

Courtesy of Kalala Ngalamulume (1987)
Crowd Gathering at the Public Square
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Crowd gathering on the grounds of the Government Headquarters.

Courtesy of Kalala Ngalamulume (1987)

Related Objects

Typical Street
Typical Street
(1985)
Courtesy of David Robinson

Canoe Team
Canoe Team
(1987)
Courtesy of Kalala Ngalamulume

Crowd Gathering at the Public Square
Crowd Gathering at the Public Square
(1987)
Courtesy of Kalala Ngalamulume


Related Essay:
Saint Louis
Creator: Robinson, David
Description: Other images in this collection that were not specifically mentioned or referenced in any essays.
Location: Senegal
Format: Image/jpeg
Rights Management: For educational use only.
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