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4 1901. Alldridge, Thomas J. The Sherbro and Its Hinterland.

The Bundu Devil, Upper Mendi

 
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4.1 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. A Marriage Ceremony. Bundu devils, on the left, waiting to receive presents from the husbands elect of the Bundu initiates.
 
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4.2 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. A Secret Society. A Poro boy in dancing costume, Gaura country, Upper Mendiland.
 
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5 1901. Alldridge, Thomas J. The Sherbro and Its Hinterland. Bundu Devil with attendant Digbas
 
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6 1901. Alldridge, Thomas J. The Sherbro and Its Hinterland. Minsereh Fetish Images used in connection with the Yassi medicine
 
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7 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. The Binni Poro Devil. His body is enclosed in a cumbrous dress of long fibre; the headgear is of sheepskin with side flaps; the face is entirely concealed, but there are two small holes cut in a large skin flap for the eyes to see through; his breast and back are hung with little wooden tablets covered with Arabic writing. Those wearing mitres are the Devil's satellites, called Bori. The shorter figure on the left is the Nafari or Herald; the others are Wujas or Messengers.
 
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7/1 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. [...] The shorter figure on the left is the Nafari or Herald [...]
 
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7/2 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. The Binni Poro Devil. His body is enclosed in a cumbrous dress of long fibre; the headgear is of sheepskin with side flaps; the face is entirely concealed, but there are two small holes cut in a large skin flap for the eyes to see through; his breast and back are hung with little wooden tablets covered with Arabic writing. [...]
 
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8 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. Bundu Devils. At the town of Gorn, Mando County, Upper Mendi. The costumes worn by these devils are of fibre; masks conceal their faces, and continuations of country-woven cloth cover their legs and feet, modernized frequently by boots or tan-coloured shoes, for no part of their skin must be seen.
 
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9 1910. Alldridge, Thomas J. A Transformed Colony: Sierra Leone as it Was, and as it Is. Its Progress, Peoples, Native Customs and Undeveloped Wealth.. Numori. Steatite figures found in caves and supposed to be of very great antiquity
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