!Kweiten-ta-||Ken (also known as Rachel or Griet) was a noted |xam (San) chronicler of xam culture and knowledge. She played an important role in contributing to the Bleek and Lloyd archive of “Bushman Folklore” providing a female perspective on the life, rituals, and beliefs of |xam society. She was the primary source on |xam folklore, customs, and coming-of-age rights. She travelled to the Cape in June 1874 with her family and stayed until January 1875 during which she was interviewed by Wilhelm Bleek and Lucy Lloyd. She was from the Katkop mountains north west of Brandvlei in what is today South Africa.
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