African Majesty.


African Majesty is a record of Refuge at the Court of the King of Bangangte, in the French Cameroons, in two parts. Firstly; The approach to Bangangte. And secondly: Life at Bangangte.Bangangte is situated in the more central part of the French Cameroons. here the author, as an anthropologist makes a study of the people and their social structure. The history of the royal household. The author also describes the many hazzards that he had to overcome during his journey to this very strange and interesting place.

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h/b in its original boards in fair condition for its age corners bumped and showing signs of handling use but quite exceptable.Size 10×6 pp 348 incindex, fully illustrated throuhgout with many b/w plates.with two page maps.both hinges strong, binding good, textblock clean throughout, some foxing to edges, front prelims and end papers and general age browning but nothing to serious.So in all aspects, i think we can say a v/g copy for its age.


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