The Cape Coloured People. 1652-1937.


South African history is the history of the contracts between racial groups of widely differing civilisations and the gradual coalescence of these disparate elements into a single,if heterogeneous,society.The full story of the development of that society–the story of the South African people or peoples–has still to be told.This book is,therefore,essencially a study of racial relations between the Europeans and that group of non Europeans with whom the former have been longest and most closely in contact,and who have in consequence become completely assimilated to European civilisation.

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H/b in nice clean boards,corners bumped,end of spine bruised,and edges a bit dusty.In a printed d/w,rather on the tatty side,some chips and tears with some slight loss,and on the grubby side.Size 9×6 pp 21+296,inc,index,notes on sources,one f/o map,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some slight staining to end papers.Otherwise nice and clean throughout. A poor–v/g+clean copy.


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