Bantu Heritage – Both in h/b in nice clean boards,one copy has some corner and egde-wear with bruised spine ends,one copy has a tatty dirty illustrated d/w torn with some slight loss.Sizes 10×6 pp X+155,inc.index,bibliography,illustrated with some fine sepia photographic prints by Duggan Cronin,all with tissue guards.All hinges strong. Binding tight (suggest unread)Some foxing to the prelims and on some of the plates there is some writing in the form of Christmas best wishes, with a date along with a signature..Generally internally clean and sharp throughout.
“Bantu Heritage” is an in-depth study of the Bantu peoples of Southern Africa. Set out in seven chapters, it deals with African races and tribes: The Bantu language, Bantu folklore, Bantu music, Bantu social organization, Bantu tribal organization, and Bantu law etiquette. A very important study for those interested in Bantu tribal history.