The Baganda at Home.


Travellers to Uganda have,while on the Uganda railway,good reason to think that,after all,instead of visiting a largly Christian country,they have been inveigled into the wilds of savage Africa.It is the object of this volume to point out how vast is the change thus revealed,how it came about,how it is being intensified year by year–how,in fact,Uganda has been transformed.This volume sets out the mission progress of its work amongst the Ganda people,the largest of Uganda’s population.

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H/b in its original boards,guilt to face and spine.somewhat edge-worn and shelf worn,ingeneral,but good for its age.Size 9×6 pp 16+227,inc adverts,plates,inc frontispiece with tissue guard, page maps,having being re-cased with new e/p and p/d’s Hinges strong,Binding now tight,internaly clean throughout.a university library copy with the acasional stamp,along with a gift presentation and date to f/fep.No foxing or staining maybe a little age-browned,for its 98 years,a v/g copy indeed.


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