Oral History: The Zvimba People of Zimbabwe.


Here we have one of those deep studies of obscure native people that is based on legends and oral history that has been past down through the ages.It is a study of the Zvimba people whoe’s homeland is known as Chipata,a district of Zimbabwe.This book occupies a vantage point in the history of Zimbabwe.It traces the tribe from the early settlers to the present group.The now Prime Minister of Zimbabwe decends directly from the Zvimba People.



limp printed card covers,very slight edge-wear,a little on the soiled side with fading to edges.Size 8×5 pp ii+93,genealogical charts,various lists,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing,some small staines.and very heavily age-browned,mainly on the outer edges.Otherwise fairly clean throughout.


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