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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 01:36:54 +0000 (GMT)
From: Josh Geller 
Subject: Re: (urth) Jungle Garden

On Wed, 16 Apr 2003, James Wynn wrote:

> Josh Geller wrote:

>> It is obviously South America. It is true, Isangoma means what
>> y'all are saying in Zulu. Maybe it means something else in some
>> south American Indian language. Hell, maybe it means the same
>> thing in some south American Indian language.

> That's a bit of a reach. If you want to go there then *maybe* "margay" and
> "uakari" mean something else in Zulu.


What is the terrain like, in kwaZulu-Natal? Does it resemble the tropical
jungle of the scene in 'The Jungle Garden'?

Do Zulus use arrow poison? For that matter, do they use bows and arrows to
any great extent?

In the early twentieth century, what religion might the average Zulu be
expected to profess?

What was the extent of European civilization in kwaZulu-Natal in the early
20th century?



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