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 Image ID Informaton Mkhosana and Attendents

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PostSubject: Image ID Informaton Mkhosana and Attendents   Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:09 pm

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Hello Everyone, I was able to add this cabinet card to my collection from a very good friend and well known collector. I was looking for some help with the identification of the induna's that were with Mkhosana, who was one of Cetshwayo's main councillor's and attendants who accompanied him to exile and later to London. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. A cabinet card in very poor condition showing Mkhosana and other indunas who accompanied Cetshwayo to Capetown prison. Photograph taken on the ramparts/cannon of the prison at the same location as the well-known photograph of Cetshwayo, the interpreter, Captain Poole, Mkhosana, and another induna. This photograph is seemingly unpublished except for this. Best, Mike
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