Discussion of the lifestyle and habits of the Kabyls, descendants of an Indo-Germanic tribe in Northern Africa. This commentary in a newspaper such as the Saturday Press speaks to mid-19th century Americans' curiousity about the world. The article suggests that the people living in America at this time, Bohemians included, were greatly intrigued by individuals from other cultures.
An electronic version of this text was previously available in CONTENTdm and has been migrated to Lehigh University's Digital Collections. Reconstruction of direct links to individual articles is in progress. In the meantime, browse issues of the Saturday Press in the Vault at Pfaff's Digital Collection. Page images of The New York Saturday Press were scanned from microfilm owned by Emory University, which was made from original copies held by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.