Sakina is an embroidery artist growing up in the shanty town of Indian Nairobi, a railroad settlement in British East Africa in the early 1900s. At home there are many storytellers like her stepmother, grandfather and uncle whose stories blend into histories of India and East Africa that flare her child's imagination. In her tormented married life, while becoming a woman, Sakina finds comfort in the art of the beadwork of the Maasai.
Hooverville in Seattle, 1937: Shantytowns sprang up around the country during the Great Depression. Seattle's Shacktown began to grow along the waterfront in 1931. The Seattle Port Commission eventually evacuated the residents, and by 1941 the shanties were burned to make room for a war-related shipping facility. Photo: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Facing third-and-3 from their own 38-yard line, the Seahawks come out in a trips right formation with running back Marshawn Lynch (24) and tight end Zach Miller (86) set up to Wilson's left. Description from seattlepi.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images