Indians in South Africa.

£12.00

The British entered Natal in 1824,and after the first Boer uprising in 1842,the British settlers quickly took advantage of the rich qualities of the land,and established estates growing mainly tea,sugar, fruits and wattle.But their greatest problem was labour as the Bantu were against this,as this would have involved forced labour.It was the Indian people who had influenced east Africa (Kenya) that solved the problem for the British,this book sets out from the begining the Indian presence in Africa.

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H/b in the original boards nice and clean,corners bumped and spine ends bruised.no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 310,inc,index,no plates text only,Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.There is slight evidence of a bookplate being removed from the front p/d.A few spots of foxing to the outer edges but only visible when the book is closed.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.

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