History of The Abambo (Generally known as Fingos.)


Here we have the story of the Abambo people,at one time a numerous and powerful Bantu tribe,living in Nata.They were defeted and diminished by fearce enemies in many battles.The survivors became wanderers,known as Fingos,and sought refuge with other tribes,and were reduced to a state of servitude.Set out in 15 chapters,their history unfolds,through their many tribulations until they were given their own land,and allowed to settle,by order of the British Cape government.

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H/b in nice clean boards,with guilt tittle panel to face,bottom corners bumped,spine ends good.no d/w,Size 7×5 pp 8+107,inc,index,appendix,The Genealogy of the Aba-Nguni,and various other tribes involved.List of several Fingo Clans.No plates text only.Note this a reprint of the 1912 1st ed This is a ex-library copy,with a cancelled library stamp to the f/pd,and on the reverse of the publishers page.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internally nice and clean throughout.


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