147 x 104 mm. Group portrait showing chiefs sitting on a raised dais between wooden carved images, with tribesmen in the background. The two central figures are Tama Bulan and Tama Kulieng. The photograph is from: Hose, Charles and Shelford, Robert (1900), 'Descriptive album of the country and people of Sarawak'. Harpenden: Valentine and Co. This ceremony, and the background to it, are described in detail in: Dougall, W. (1900), 'A savage peace conference', 'The Eagle' - the magazine of St John's College, Cambridge. See also: Hose, Charles and McDougall, William (1912), 'The pagan tribes of Borneo'. Volume 2. London, pp.289-300. The photograph itself appears on p.298 and is captioned 'The great peace-making at Marudi, 1899, Baram District, between the Kayan, Kenyah, and Klemantan Tribes of East and West Borneo'. Photograph by Hose and Shelford.
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