South Africa.from Arab Domination to British Rule.


There are many hundreds of books writen on the history of South Africa.However here is a volume of some merit.An old work published in 1891,although not in very good condition,all the maps are intact,and these are historical enough in themselves.Set out in 6 chapters,subjects studied range from the coming of the Portuguese.The mysteries of the Monomotapa Empire.The settlers of the south,Bechuanaland,Matabeleland,the occupation of Mashonaland,the east coast Beira,the Pungwe and Zambesi.A valuable historical item.

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H/b in the original printed boards,no d/w,in a very shabby and dirty condition,corners badly bruised,spine damaged and torn,but with no loss.Size 9×6 pp 8+223,inc,index,six f/o maps of various studies of the areas concerning the book some with slight tears,but nothing serious,frontispiece with tissue guard,Both hinges cracked.Binding dry but sound,some leaves have slight damage to the face edges but no loss to text.some general light foxing and staining throughout.A signed and inscribed copy.An old book that has seen better times.


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