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Our sons are going to Namibia and Zambia (just Livingstone area) with us this summer, and the oldest is thinking of majoring in anthropology (college is a year off). Does anyone have suggestions as to books to read about the people of those areas, museums to see, etc.? We already have The Lost White Tribes (think that's the name) that has a chapter on the Basters and I believe there is a museum on our way to Soussusvlei from Windhoek - can't think of the name of the town.

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