The City of East London.


This book is one of a complete set of 34 volumes in a companion series on the history of the cities and towns in the Republic of South Africa.This volume is a study of the city of East London,a South African seaport and city at the mouth of the Buffalo River on the Indian Ocean.It came into existence in 1845 during the War of the Axe when the British Military authorities caused troops to be landed at this point,and the rudiments of a settlement sprang up.

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H/b in reasonable boards,corners slightly bumped,a little dusty in places with some damp pickle markings but nothing to a rather badly chipped and slightly torn d/w,illustrated with the towns Coat of Arms.Size 11×9 pp 171,inc,addverts,index to contributors.Fully illustrated with many photographs portraing the full history of the city,with supporting text.Hinges strong Binding good.Internaly clean throughout. A fair to v/g clean copy.


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