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Coffee Industry in Jamaica (1913)

A very interesting educational picture showing cultivating, gathering, drying, packing and shipping of the coffee berry. The work is all done by the natives, who seem to enjoy their job. ... See full summary »
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A very interesting educational picture showing cultivating, gathering, drying, packing and shipping of the coffee berry. The work is all done by the natives, who seem to enjoy their job. They work very rapidly and wear little beyond the perpetual smile which is noticeable in the negro race. The pictures were taken on one of the largest plantations in Jamaica. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 July 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Zeb, Zack and the Zulus (1913). See more »

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