|<-- See earlier|
||Zulua woman working at her corn grinder.
||Zulu man wearing the 'Kehla'
||Zulu married women
||Zulu member of the Mgeni tribe awaiting the arrival of the Chief Native Commissioner
||Zulu women on the road to Camperdown
||Zulu men of the Mgeni tribe doing a war dance
||Ilala palm being tapped for the juice
||Large Zulu grain basket used for storage, near Barberton
||Zulu dancing girls near Inanda, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal]
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Photographs of indigenous South African tribes
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
204 x 147 mm. Showing a line of dancers. The caption continues: 'They use the small dress shields for these occassions, and sticks. They wear skins, beads and feathers. Near Eshowe.'
|Kwazulu-Natal, Province of|
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