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Good Animal Tattoos photographs

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Some cool Animal Tattoos images:

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Image from web page 640 of “Nature” (1869)

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Check out these Skull Tattoos images:

Image from page 640 of “Nature” (1869)
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Title: Nature
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Lockyer, Norman, Sir, 1836-1920. edt
Subjects: Science Science Sciences Biologie Physique Natuurwetenschappen CIENCIA All-natural HISTORY BIOLOGY SCIENCE
Publisher: [London, and so on., Macmillan Journals Ltd., and so forth.]

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go, .ire amixture of Indonesians and Proto-Malays a few aredistinctly narrow-headed, about three occasions as manyare broad-headed, .and somewhat, much less than two-thirdsate intermediate. The typical stature of the menis 5 feet 4 inches the women average almost 7 inchesshorter. There is no tr.no of Negrito blood. The 1 The Bontoc Igorot. Bv Alhert Ernest Jenks. Division of theInterior. Ethnological Survey Publications, vol. i. (Manila, 1005.) Negritos of Zamabales By William Allan Reed. Ibid., vol. ii.,part i. (Manila, 1Q04.) The Nabaloi Dialect. By Otto Scbeerer. Ibid., vol. ii., components ii., iii.(Manila, ,905.) The Bataks of Palawan. By Edward V. Miller. (Bureau of PublicPrinting.) NO J 903. VOL. 73] April 19, 1906] NATURE 58 settlement of Bontoc is divided into thirteen wardsor political divisions, referred to as ato every has its separategoverning council, which can declare war or makepeace. Every ato consists of 3 kinds of buildings :—(1) public edifices, fawi and pabafituan, for males and

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boys (two) similar homes, ola, for girls and youngwomen just before their permanent marriage and (3)private homes, afong, for families and widows. Thepabafunan is the home of the a variety of ato ceremonies,and is sacred to the male sex it is the mens club bvday and the unmarried mens dormitory the fawi isthe council home, and as such is frequented mainlyby old men it is also the skull-residence. Dr. Jenksadds a note on the distribution of equivalent club-housesin Eastern Asia and in Oceania. The olag is thedormitory of the girls from the age of two years untilthey marry, and where they receive their lovers. Theafong is the only primitive dwelling in the Philip-pines which is constructed on the ground, but it contains asmall upper storey, and often an attic more than this thesean- utilized as shop-rooms for cereals. The clothes,ornaments, tattooing utensils, weapons, and the likeare described and figured. Of wonderful interest are theaccounts of the ordinary domestic operations, especiallythose connected with t

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Cool Music Tattoos pictures

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Verify out these Music Tattoos images:

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Good Indian Tattoos images

Monday, December 29th, 2014

A couple of good Indian Tattoos photos I found:

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Indian Tattoos

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Cool Fish Tattoos photos

Monday, December 29th, 2014

A handful of nice Fish Tattoos pictures I discovered:

Image from web page 194 of “The New England magazine” (1887)
Fish Tattoos

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Title: The New England magazine
Year: 1887 (1880s)
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Publisher: Boston : [New England Magazine Co.]

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buffalo to water from his donkey when meeting a Moslem inthe street yet as a survival of the old regu-lation he wears a turban about the fez, andhis wife, concealed in her dark blue gownwhich is interwoven with silver, hides herface behind the horsehair, vizor-like veil.No a lot more superstitious creature exists thanthe Bagdad Jew. Thirty-5 years ago hewas excommunicated for sending his chil-dren to college, and when under the ban noone may feed him or give him operate. Hiswife may not appear into a mirror, nor sweep the floor, nor bring a saucepan into thehouse after dark. When her youngster dies sheforgets the Hebrew law and requires into thehousehold a pig to guard the other childrenfrom the evil eye if the pig must die itsskin is used for their clothes. The Arabs of Bagdad are mostly Bed-ouins who have deserted their wanderinglife for the peace of the city. The menwear the Turkish fez or the head-dress ofthe desert, the lengthy aba and the red, pointedshoes the females tattoo their faces and

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The tomb of Sheik Omar, 1 of the crucial shrines of Bagdad 184 NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE sometimes their entire bodies with an in-tricate pattern of vines and flowers, dye theirnails with henna, and decorate their earsand noses with rings. It is now seldom thatthe young Arab noble, mounting his pure-blooded horse, joins his companions inraces and sports outdoors the city. Nolonger is his really like for adventure so greatthat he loads his camels with merchandiseand crosses the desert, or embarks at theport of Busreh on a sailing-ship to the un-recognized parts of the globe. The story-teller,it is accurate, sits in the cafe as of old, but hisstories attract only these who are fond oftheir lewdness. The same massive white don-key from the far distant city of Hassa, withthe finish of its tail and its forehead dyed withhenna, like the beards of the Persians, stillbrings the water from the river. The fish-erman wanders along the Tigris and, although calling upon Allah to aid him, casts his netinto the water but h

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Image from web page 33 of “The body and its ailments: a handbook of familiar directions for care and medical aid in the much more usual complaints and injuries” (1876)

Monday, December 29th, 2014

Verify out these Fish Tattoos photos:

Image from page 33 of “The body and its ailments: a handbook of familiar directions for care and medical aid in the much more usual complaints and injuries” (1876)
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Title: The body and its ailments: a handbook of familiar directions for care and health-related aid in the far more usual complaints and injuries
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: Napheys, George H. (George Henry), 1842-1876
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Publisher: Philadelphia, H. C. Watts &amp co.

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hy vascular appearance of that of a fair-complexioned Euro-pean, The artificial colors imparted to the skin by tattooing, sofrequently seen amongst sailors, and of which such curious and oftenvery sophisticated examples are identified among the South Sea Islanders,are indelible, residing as they do in the true skin, and can only beremoved by the destruction of the part. They may possibly, even so, beconcealed, for a time at least, by pricking in over the marks a finerouge of the precise color of the skin, repeating the operation whennecessary. Hairs are identified upon practically every portion of the surface of thebody, except the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. Ahair is composed of a bulb or root, which is the part imbedded in theskin of a shaft, which is the totally free portion and of a point. In figure2, there is shown the inside of a hair, by which it will be observed to bea delicate tube. The minute canal there pictured is filled with air.The walls of the hair tube are double, the outer coat consisting of3*

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30 Structure and Action of the Physique. flat scales, the inner coat of cells which include the coloring matter. The surface of each and every hair is as a result covered by minute scales, like 2 these of a fish. They overlap every single other from root to point, which is the cause that a hair, when drawn via the fingers from the root to the point, feels smooth, but rough when drawn from point to root. The number of the hairs on a healthy head have been calculated to be more than a hundred thousand. The hair of the head grows at the rate of about eight or ten inches a year. The influence of the mind upon the colour and development of the hair of the head is well recognized, fear, anxiety, and dismal emotions weakening it and turning it gray. Typically, the alter in colour is gradual, but genuine situations are on record of theInsideofahair. hair turnmg gray in a single nigllt A tedious night indeed, that tends to make a young man old, The topic of hair washes and tonics will occupy us in theirproper location, in accordance with

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Martha’s Vineyard

Monday, December 29th, 2014

A handful of good Bird Tattoos photos I identified:

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Monday, December 29th, 2014

Check out these Heart Tattoos pictures:

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Heart Tattoos

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Nice Irish Tattoos photographs

Monday, December 29th, 2014

A few good Irish Tattoos pictures I identified:

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Irish Tattoos

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Nancy E. Carroll was recently seen in Good Folks at the Huntington. She appeared Off Broadway in Balancing Act (Westside Theatre) and spent the previous year touring with the Druid Theatre of Galway appearing as Mammy in The Cripple of Inishmaan (US/Ireland) and the Old Woman in Massive Maggie (Ireland). Other credits incorporate: Broadway: Present Laughter Off-Broadway: Balancing Act. Regional: Very good Folks, The Luck of the Irish, Prelude to a Kiss, Brendan, The Rose Tattoo, and Dead End (Huntington Theatre Firm) The Savannah Disputation, The Women, Company, A Man Of No Importance (SpeakEasy Stage Company) Our Town, She Loves Me(Williamstown) Trad (Tir Na) Breath of Life, Doubt, Happy Days, My Old Lady, Collected Stories (Gloucester Stage) The Year of Magical Pondering, The Glass Menagerie (Lyric Stage) The Clean House, Frozen, Sweeney Todd, Kindertransport (New Repertory Theatre) Bailegangaire (Súgán Theatre) Homebody/Kabul (Boston Theatre Functions) Humble Boy, Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale (Publick Theatre) Auntie and Me (Merrimack Repertory) The Discomfort &amp The Itch (Firm One) Buried Kid, The Unexpected Man (Nora Theatre). She received Elliot Norton Awards for Miss Erickson in Present Laughter, the Woman in Brendan and Mommo in Bailegangaire.

Cool Fish Tattoos pictures

Monday, December 29th, 2014

Some cool Fish Tattoos pictures:

Image from page 152 of “The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the planet being a extensive account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious qualities. By Rev. J. G. Wood… With new desi
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Title: The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the globe becoming a comprehensive account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious characteristics. By Rev. J. G. Wood… With new styles by Angas, Danby, Wolf, Zwecker… 1871
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: Wood, John George, 1827-1889
Subjects: Ethnology. Manners and customs. Savages
Publisher: J. B. Burr and company

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(1.) A SCENE IN THE NICOBAR ISLANDS. (See web page 897.)

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(2.) THE OUTANATAS AND THEIR WEAPONS. (See web page 902.) (903) CHAPTEK XCI. NEW GUINEA— ConMed. THE ALFOERS OR HARAFORAS — Various REPORTS RESPECTING THEM — THEIR MODE OF GOVERNMENT— AN ALFOERIAN DIVORCE COURT—TREPANG COLLECTING — DESTRUCTION OF House —FUNERAL RITES—TRIBES OF THE SOUTH-EASTERN COAST—A QUAINT DRUMMER — DRESS ANDORNAMENT—THE TATTOO — THE Complete-DRESS PETTICOAT — HAIR-DRESSING — EXCELLENCE OFTHEIR CANOES—AN INGENIOUS SAIL — HOW TO Cease A LEAK — THE PIG-PET—ARCHITECTURE —DEFENCE AGAINST VERMIN — Houses OF REDSCAR BAY — DREAD OF STEEL — TRIBES OF THENORTH-WEST COAST—THEIR CANOES — MODES OF FISHING — AQUATIC Houses — MODE OF GOV-ERNMENT— APPOINTMENT OF A NEW CHIEF — NEW GUINEA WEDDINGS—THE KARWAR, ORHOUSEHOLD GOD — THE WAR-DANCE — CEREMONIES AT FUNERALS. We should here give a quick space to sometribes named by numerous names, such asHaraforas, Alfouras, and Alfoers, and sup-posed by numerous ethnologists to be a sepa-rat

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Image from web page 172 of “Stewart’s hand book of the Pacific islands a reputable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean, for traders, tourists and settlers” (1919)
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Title: Stewart’s hand book of the Pacific islands a reputable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean, for traders, vacationers and settlers
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Allen, Percy S
Subjects: Oceania — Guidebooks
Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : McCarron, Stewart &amp co., ltd.

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onial occasions the males andwomen revert to the old national garb by wearing their fine mats or tapas asclothing. Tattooing is universally practised. A young man is not supposed to meetother guys on equal terms until he has been tattooed. The tattooing is per-formed by skilled operators, on specific occasions which are marked by feastingand the providing of presents. The tatooing extends from a line above the hipbones practically to the knees, and the pattern is practically the exact same for everybody from a small distance it appears as if the colour had been laid on uniformly andsolidly. The missionaries at first attempted to abolish the practice, and laws-were created against it, but to no avail. The custom will doubtless disappear Possessing a 1,500 mile Coastline, washed by tiie mightyPacific Ocean and having also each variety of soil and climate QUEENSLAND The Scenic and Resourceful North-Eastern State of Australia Ofifers a field of unbounded and varied scope to theTRAVELLER, SCIENTIST INVESTOR or SELECTOR

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SCENE OX BOWEN HARBOUR. NORTH QUEENSLAND. LAND SETTLEMENT. Unparalleled by any other country in the Planet are the&ltenerous terms and situations presented to men attracted bythe lure of potential wealth in Queenslands greatprimar}- industries comprising cattle rearing, sheep breed-ing, sugar cultivation, dairying, mixed farndng, fruit-growing and tropical agriculture. TOURIST RESORTS. TIk- recognised best winter tour of the Commonwealth isthe far-famed scenic trip to North Queensland. Sailingalong the picturesque Eastern seaboard, flanked by theGreat Barrier Reef, the Tourist views chains of verdantislands, the Whitsunday Passage, Hinchinbrook Channel,and, then, travelling more than the scenic Cairns Railway, thewonderful Barron Gorge and Barron Falls. 1st-class Hotels, Tennis, Shooting and Fishing await the Tourist. ■ For additional detailed info and illustrated handbooks dealingwith the States Sources and Tourist Attractions write to— THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNIVIENT INTELLIGE

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