PIONEERS. The men who opened up South Africa.


The story of the way in which South Africa had gradually been opened up to civilisation is told in many volumes,that have long been out of print,and are now both scarce and costly,and so this book has been prepaired to give in a small space some idea of what these men endured and accomplished.

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H/b in the original printed boards,clean ,with a faded spine.Unfortuneatly there is some slight damage to the top corner of the spine with some slight loss,but nothing very serious.Size 7×5 pp XI + 186,f/o map,plates as artists impressions,f/o plan of Fort et de la Ville.A short chonological chart giving the various centuries 1500. 1600. 1700. 1800.,up to 1859,plus f/o map of the Cape.Hinges strong.Binding tight,despite its age.No foxing,some staining to the front and back prelims and end papers.otherwise clean and bright throughout.


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