A handful of nice Fish Tattoos photos I identified:

Image from page 144 of “The Victoria Nyanza the land, the races and their customs, with specimens of some of the dialects” (1899)
Fish Tattoos

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Identifier: victorianyanzala00koll
Title: The Victoria Nyanza the land, the races and their customs, with specimens of some of the dialects
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Kollmann, Paul, b. 1865 Nesbitt, H. A. (Henry Arthur)
Subjects: Ethnology
Publisher: London : S. Sonnenschein &amp Co., ltd.

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ape of fish, whichCattle. . they catch with weir-baskets, or fishing-rods with large hooks. The hooks are the very same as thoseused by the Washashi (Fig. 343). Game seldom makesits look in Ukerewe, but the people go following thehippopotamus with harpoons ( Ushashi, infra, Fig. 341).The dress of the Wakerewe consists nearly exclusivelyof goatskins and sheepskins. Some of the folks windpieces of cloth round the hips. The skins arestretched out on the ground, exposed for a con-siderable time to the rays of the sun, and produced as suppleas feasible by indicates of a skin-scraper. These scrapersare produced of numerous sharply-pointed iron rods boundtightly about a round wooden core with strips of bananabast. The teeth are further apart than these of theWashashi scrapers (Fig. 174 cf. Fig. 288). The arrangement of the hair varies according to the taste of the individual. One will have the normal negro hair, one more will be totally shaved, while other individuals, again, shave themselves in certain UKEREWE 129

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Fk. 174. Skin-SCRAPER.(One particular-third na-tural size, III.E., 5528.) Fig. 175a.— WoodenComb. (1-thirdnatural size, III. K.,5526.) Fig. 175/.—Tattooing okaMan* of UKEREWE. beads, etc., strung on bast thread or thick hairs,and then enlarged ear-lobes are to be observed, with 9 patterns, or only leave a tuft standing, in which theyfrequently stick a wooden comb (Fig. 175^). AMany Wakerewe smear their hair with grease, twist the little rolls of hair over the forehead andon the crown into upright horns, and wind theseround with banana bast. The beard is alsogreased and matted collectively into a horn-likeprotuberance standing out in front. When thesepeople carry diverse sorts of spangles, feathers,and little knives and bits of wood in their hair aswell, they present a really grotesque appearance.Some instances of tattooing are to be found (1J$ b).The Wakerewe possess only articles of verysmall worth in the way of ornament : r . . -i.rr- , . , rOrnaments. a couple of wire rings, diverse kinds ofwooden

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