The Bantu are Coming. Phases of South Africa’s Race Problems.

£14.00

The Europeans were among the first to bring the mission service to the continent of Africa.However as years past,it was the American Christian Social Service that replaced the old order.This book set out in 15 chapters,describes their work in the large cities,especially Johannesburg,during the large influx of Bantu migration into the Transvaal,and the massive gold mining industry that caused a lot of unrest,trying to udjust to the European way of life.It tells of the American mission work in adjusting Bantu and European religious and social ideals.

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H/b in the original boards,corners bumped,no d/w.Size 8×5 pp 238,inc,index,appendix,some plates as reproduced b/w photographic prints.Front hinge cracked,Binding good to firm.A little staining to the end-papers.There is a signature on the ffe/p.Bottom edges deckled.No foxing or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.

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