Early Ghoya Settlement.In the Orange Free State.


By all Sotho tribal historians the Ghoya and the Fokeng are generally recognised as being the first Bantu tribes to have moved southwards across the Vaal into what is now the Orange Free state and Basutoland.In this Memoir The author has brought together the early accounts of the Ghoya and their settlemants in South Africa.Included in the book are the previously unpublished account of the Ghoya by George William Stow and a number of illustrations of Ghoya settlements made by Andrew A. Anderson in 1865.

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H/b in nice clean illustrated boards,bottom corner of spine bruised,in a likewise clean d/w,top edges rubbed and chipped,faces a little hand-soiled.Size 10×8 pp 8+40,inc,references and notes to text,plates as plans and artists sketches inc frontispiece,page maps,diagrams in text.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some light foxing and staining to prelims and end papers,otherwise nice and clean throughout. A v/g–v/g+clean copy.


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