National Geographic : 1928 Feb
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE OASIS TOWN OF BOU-SAADA ATTRACTS MANY OULED NAILS The girls of this tribe frequently leave their desert homes and go to the more populous cities to earn a dower by their dancing. When they have accumulated a sufficient amount they forsake their art for a home and husband. (g) National Geographic Society Autochromes by Gervais Courtellemont ALGERIAN GIRLS STILL WEAVE " MAGIC CARPETS" Children are sent to work in rug and carpet factories as apprentices and they produce some fine reproductions of old oriental pieces. This work does not interfere with their education, for the simple reason that girls rarely receive any.