The Bantu-speaking Tribes of South Africa. An Ethnogrphical Survey.


Here we have a manual of South African ethnography The contributors include all the formost authorities in South Africa on Banto ethnography and linguistics.Most of the book is devoted to an account of the Bantu as they were before being affected by the intrusion of western civilisation.Chapters are included on racial origins,habitat,grouping and ethnic history,social organization,individual development,domestic and communal life,and much,much more.Interesting.

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H/b in nice clean boards,with guilt to spine,in a v/g clean printed d/w priceclipped,now in a protective plastic cover.Size 9×6 pp 15+453,inc,f/o map,general subject index,index of authors cited,Index of tribal names,bibliography,plates inc frontispiece,various lists and tables.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Signature and date to f/fep.No foxing or staining.internally clean and bright throughout. A v/g+-v/g++clean copy.


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