Four scenes of work on a coffee plantation in Guatemala. Wood-engravings by G. Andrews, c. 1877, after photographs by E. Muybridge.
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Coffee cultivation in Guatemala, Central America. A coffee plantation, Las Nubes. Weeding and protecting the young plant from the sun. Transplanting the young coffee tree, Antigua. A full-grown coffee-tree, Las Nubes C.E. Coffee harvesting at Las Nubes (6,000 feet above sea level). Coffee harvesting at San Isidro (1,500 feet above sea level). Drying coffee berries on the patio. Loading a coffee launch at Champerico. Andrews.
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