Karel "Vet Piet" Kleinman and members of the -Kassie Family stand in front of the Tree of Family.
Tree of Family ; Kleinman, KarelSan (African people)--Botswana and South Africa--Kgalagadi Transfrontier ParkKhomani (African people)--Botswana and South Africa--Kgalagadi Transfrontier ParkSan (African people)--Social life and customsKhomani (African people)--Social life and customsTrees--Botswana and South Africa--Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park--Religious aspectsIndigenous peoples--Land tenure--Africa, Southern
Found on the eastern border of the Old Bushman Camp, the Tree of Family is of great importance to the ǂKhomani San community and was both a resting and meeting place for the community. The tree also marks the grave of a member of the San community who died there in 1935. Images from this trip document the first excursions into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and were a central part of the work on oral history and mapping in the first years of research.
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ǂKhomani San Hugh Brody Archive: Photographs
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (Botswana and South Africa)circa 2000
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