The Bavenda.

£40.00

Since the First World War,a decided impetus has been given to the study of African People.The whole continent has been opend up.People coming into Africa and realising how valuable a continent it is,are now recognizing how important it is that the native people are studied,as these are the people with whom the outside world will have to rely on to get the best out of Africa.This book is an in-depth study of the BaVenda people of the northern Transvaal and Southern Rhodesia.Set out in 25 chapters,all aspects of their social structure is studied.

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H/b in the original boards,reasonably clean,corners bumped,spine ends bruised,some small dents to leading edges.no d/w .Size 9×6 pp 18+392,inc,index,glossary,bibliography,archaeolo-gical notes,various appendix,reproduced photographic plates,samples of folk-lore music,diagrams in text,various lists.Hinges strong.New end papers fitted.Binding good to firm,Some ink underlining in text and also some ink writting in the margins,some leaves repaired,an some marks of various kinds,But in general reasonably clean.for its age,and the use its had.

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