Working Life

Harvest Time

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


In the harvest time, Men winnowing at the threshing floor in Halhul south of Hebron, 1940. Photo: Matson Collection, library of Congress.

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Harvest Time

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


In the harvest time, woman sifting wheat grain with a sieve in Ramallah area during the British Mandate period. Photo: Matson Collection, library of Congress.

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Picking Grapes

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


A man and a woman picking grapes in Artas, 1925-31. Photo: Hilma Granqvist.

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Women embroider

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 31.10.2006:


Women embroider in their courtyard of an old house, Bethlehem, British Mandate period.Photo: Matson Collection, library of Congress.

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Women working in orange groves

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 19.07.2006:


Women working in collecting oranges from the groves in south west Palestine, pre-1918.

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Looking at Embroidery at Mazra’a al Qibliyeh

Contributed by Paltour News on 14.03.2006:


These women from the Arab Educational Institute in Bethlehem enjoy looking at the embroidery of the women of Mazra'a Qibliyeh. The Women's Union of Mazra'a al Qibliyeh is very active in a variety of areas and has its own special quarters thanks to UNDP. Original Content Creator: Arab Educational Institute

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Facade of the Educational Bookshop – Jerusalem

Contributed by Imad Muna on 03.03.2006:


The Educational Bookshop has been a landmark on East Jerusalem's Salahelddin street since 1985 Original Content Creator: Educational Bookshop

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Books to help you to find your roots

Contributed by Imad Muna on 03.03.2006:


The Educational Bookshop has a wide selection of resourses to help you connect with your roots. Original Content Creator: Educational Bookshop

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Making Taboun

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 01.03.2006:


What a treat it is to eat freshly baked tabooun bread, baked on hot pebbles in the tabooun oven. Original Content Creator: Artas Folklore Center

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