A Documentary History of Indian South Africans.


This documentary collection–the first of its kind–spans the entire history of the Indian community in South Africa from1860–1982.There are 88 documentsin all,illuminating major aspects of the Indian experience in South Africa-Religious,social,economic and political.Part1 (1860-1914 ) concerns social conditions,trade and residence,immigration,constitutional and political issues.Part 2 (1914-1946 ) when the Smuts-Ghandi Agreement was subjected ti a severe trial 1947-1960,a spirit of defiance emerged among Indians 1961-1982,which brings the story up to the present. An interesting study.



Limp pictorial card covers,face-corners a little bruised,and slightly edge-worn.but nice and clean.Size 9×6 pp 13+306,inc,index,bibliographical notes,no plates text only.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,or staining, only very slightly age-browned otherwise nice and clean throughout,


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