A history of the African People of South Africa:from the Early Iron Age to the 1970’s

£7.00

As the tittle shows this is a study of the history of the African people of South Africa,from the early iron age to the 1970’s.The purpose of this book is to offer an outline of the history of the African people of South Africa.The term “African”is itself problematic,as many would argue that all the inhabitants of the region,regardless of their race,are “African”in this book however,the lable is applied to those people who belong to the Nguni or Sotho language families.The book tries to look inside these African societies,examining their internal dynamics,reginal variations,and processes of change over time.A study from a different angle.

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I have two editions of this book in stock.The 1st ed and also the fourth impession.Both in limp illustrated covers in good clean condition.The sizes are similar in pagination,but are of a thicker material,9+259,inc index,bibliography,references,page maps.No plates text only.All hinges strong.Bindings tight (suggest unread).Both internaly nice and clean,bright and sharp throughout. A V/g+-fine clean copies.

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