Here are South Africans.


A picturesque and lively account of the people and the country.The author writes as a South African and an historian;he describes the infant colony from the settlement of soldiers and sailors from seventeenth century Holland along the shores to Table bay,through its growth under the Dutch,the arrival of the British,the great pioneering years of the nineteenth century when the South Africans set up their independence between thr British in the south and the fierce tribes of the interior,to the Anglo-Boer wars,reconciliation ,and membership of the Commonwealth.

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H/b in the original boards clean,edges a little dusty,in a rather edge-worn printed d/w,price-clipped.Size 7×5 pp 111,inc,index,page maps,no plates frontispiece only.Maps to front p/d & f/ep.Hinges strong,Binding good to firm.Signature and date on reverse of f/ep.Slightly hand-soiled,and a tinge of age-browning throughout,otherwise nice and clean internally.A fair-v/g clean copy.


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