The Bantu speaking Peoples of Southern Africa.


This is a ethnographical survey of the Bantu-speaking tribes of South Africa before they were affected by the intrusion of western civilisation,first published in 1937.The study was a pioneer of its kind.New South African contributors place on record all the known facts of the physical characteristics and traditional cultures of these peoples,as well as documenting the important social,cultural and economic changes that have occured since the coming of the white man.

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H/b in faily clean boards,a little affected with insect damage,but nothing serious,with guilt to a v/g pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp 22+525,inc,tribal index,subject index,bibliographical index,plates inc frontispiece,plans,various lists,page maps,genealogical charts,graphs.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing or staining.Internally in a nice clean and bright condition throughout. A v/g+–Fine clean copy.


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