National Geographic : 1914 Jan
A TENT TOWN OF SOUTHERN ALGERIA In southern Algeria there are a number of temporary towns in the desert whose inhabitants dwell wholely intents. These towns arein existence for about nine months each year, and are inhabited chiefly by Bedouins. In the picture wesee such atown, with thegroups oftents scattered about on the desert sands. In the foreground some of the inhabitants are watching the dance oftwo ouled nails.