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Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {1}
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Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {10}
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Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {12}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {1}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {2}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {3}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {4}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {5}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {6}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {7}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {8}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {9}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {10}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {11}
Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047) {12}

Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047)

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Hand Carved African mask The Baule (1047)

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african mask The Baule
African The Baule or Baoulé / ˈbaʊˌleɪ / (Baule: Baule
The Baule or Baoulé / ˈbaʊˌleɪ / (Baule: Baule [ba.u.le]; French: baoulé
bawle]) are an Akan people and one of the largest groups in Côte d'Ivoire who historically migrated from Ghana. The Baoulé are traditionally farmers who live in the center of Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), in a triangle shaped region (the Baoule “V”) between the rivers Bandama and N'Zi. This area broadly encompasses the regions around the cities of Bouaké and Yamoussoukro. The Baoulé have come to play a relatively important role in the recent history of Côte d'Ivoire: the State's first President, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, was a Baoulé; additionally, since the Ivorian cocoa boom of the 1960-70s, the Baoulé have also become one of the most widespread ethnicity throughout the country, especially in the Southern forests (the «Low Coast») where they are amongst the most numerous planters of cocoa , rubber, and coffee and sometimes seem to outnumber the local native ethnic groups.
Most Ivorian children use a slate to practice their writing and other homework. Small notebooks are also widely available for doing homework and are turned in to be graded. Many homes have a wall with a large chalkboard where children are tutored or practice subjects that they have learned in class. In school, Baoulé children speak only French, but at home they speak their native language of Baoulé. French study begins in grade one.
Handwriting at Ivoirian schools is always cursive, never printing
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Used An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.: “Hand made - May contain time damage and small cracks.”
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