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||Zulu man showing off gala headdress of feathers and skins. Near Inanda, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal]
||Crowd of Shembe Followers, including dancers (married women) and white-gowned men and women
||Group of Shembe followers
||Baca woman and child, near Richmond
||Baca woman [and child]
||Tonga man showing tribal marks
||Tonga mother and child
||Tonga woman and children
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Photographs of indigenous South African tribes
||Shangaan hut enclosed by mud wall
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204 x 153 mm. View looking towards the hut, with a wooden stockade to keep out cattle in the foreground. The caption continues: 'All these Kraals are spotlessly clean. Step thatching. In the valley south of Hangklip Mountains. Near Naboomspruit, Northern Transvaal.
For another view of a wooden stockade, probably taken at the same time as this photograph, see Y305O/75.
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