Shaka’s Country.(A book of Zululand)


“Shaka’s Country”is a book of Zululand:of the hunters adventurers and pioneers who first wandered into the valleys and hills of that beautiful land in search of fortune and adventure.Here we read of the Zulu people themselves:the conflicts between them and their neighbours:the meaning of their place names;and the curious companionships between their renowned leaders,like Shaka,Cetshwayo and Zibebu,the fronteersmen like Henry Fynn,Johan Colenbrander and John Dunn.This is a very interesting book.

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H/b in nice clean boards,the ends of the spine are slightly rubbed.In a rather shabby pictorial d/w torn into two halves and badly chipped.Size 9×6 pp 11+306,inc index,Sketches as plates and at the headings of each chapter.Maps to both front and back p/dns and e/p,s.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some age-browning to prelims,otherwise internaly clean throughout. A poor–v/g+clean copy.


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