A History of the Zulus and Neighbouring Tribes.


Although this book is entittled “A History of the Zulus”it is necessary to study all of the neighbouring tribes that came under,and were later subjugated into the Zulu nation.It covers a large area of influence from as far south as Algoa Bay to as far north as Delagoa Bay in Mozambique,including the colony of Natal,and part of the Cape colony,giving a brief description of all the major clans that were the pastoral inhabitants.

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H/b in rather cheaply printed and presented boards,showing some marks and stains.No d/w.Size 10×6 pp 5+157,list of peoples mentioned in text,inc list of places.plus list of persons.some prints as illustrations.tables,page map in prelims.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.owners stamp to fr/pd and e/pr.Internaly clean,but very much age-browned owing to the low quality of the paper used. A fair-good clean copy.


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