Interior of Kitchen, Sierra Leone, 1856
A kitchen is a most important appendage to the domestic establishment of the Africans (p. 436). The kitchen, described in detail on p. 436, is constructed of wattle-and-daub. Utensils include iron pots, stones on which the pots rest, bellows, pottery, basketry; poultry are also shown. See also illustration Exterior of Kitchen, Sierra Leone, image reference ILN435b.
The Illustrated London News (Oct. 25, 1856), vol. 29, p. 435.
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Africa--Upper Guinea Coast
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