Native Vocational Training. A study of Conditions in South Africa, 1652–1936.

£17.00

A subtitle given to this book is that of “A study of conditions in South Africa from 1652–1936″It basicaly concernes the native people of South Africa as a whole,and the problems arrising when dealing with what is termed,Native Vocational Training,It seems that the basic training should be around manual work,such as agriculture,industrial and domestic work.Set out in 7 chapters,we study early industrial work and Cape history,boys and girls industrial schools,working conditions of native tradesmen,and much more.

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H/b in reasonably clean boards for its age,corners bumped,and spine ends slightly bruised,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 9+155,inc,bibliography,various tables,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some staining to ff/ep.Otherwise clean and bright throughout.

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