Hancocks Drift. The story of the Great Wagon Road.

There are many books written about the early British settlers who were brought over from Britain in order to ease the burden of unimployment,and the struggle in the home country.To be enticed to go to Africa to give them a new start in a land of excitement.This book has been written to preserve the history of one of these families,that of the Hancocks,who created a trade route from Port Elizebeth up into Natal where one of the drifts (or river crossings) was named after him.A true story of trial and tribulation, and hardship.

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Limp printed card wraps with a wrexine reinforced spine,showing some wear with some breakage.Size 11×9 pp 103,inc,various appendixes,some small cameo portraites,page map in actual plates,Text in clean typed format,map and illustration captians very neatly hand -written.Hinges strong.Stapled binding tight (suggest unread) internally nice and clean and sharp throughout.


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