Conference on the History of Natal and Zululand. Conference Papers,in 3 vols.


This is a 3 volume work that covers all aspects of the history of later Natal and Zululand.Topics range from the Langalebele rebellion 1873,up to the struggle of African bus services in 1961.The work opens on the 24th of July 1930.Lord Athlone visited Eshowe,the administrative headquauters of Zululand.A large African territory which had been conquered by the British in 1879,annexed as a crown colony after nearly 10 years of civl war,taken over by the settlers in 1897,and then incorporated into the Union of South Africain 1910.The papers connected with the conference held in the University of Natal.Make very interesting reading indeed.

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All three volumes are in limp card covers,reasonably clean,although vol 1 has a few finger marks to the face,al basicaly sharp,there is some slight damage to the base of vol3.Size all 8×6 pp vol.1=250–vol 2=100–vol 3=250,inc notes to text,various lists and tables,town plans,biil-board notices,page maps,graphs,no plates text only,set out in type format.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm, vol.3 has stapled binding..Some underlining in text as published.Some pencil markings in the margins.Otherwise all nice and clean throughout. A v/g–v/g++ clean set.


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