The Education of a South African Tribe.


In the treatment of problems of native education in South Africa,one of the greatest difficulties is that of securing reliable information upon which to base theries.The area under study is known as Bomvanaland,home of the Bomvana people,a portion of the Transkei also known as Elliotdale.Set out in four parts,subjects dealt with are, the present situation in Bomvanaland.sociological factors:The detribalised native,economics and health,leadership,chiefs.and missionaries,what is being done to meet the present situation.

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Rigid printed card covers,a little edge-worn and bruised,and somewhat soiled with much handling,Size 11×9,pp.8+94 inc, index,bibliography,page map,various lists,tables and charts,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding dry and beginning to crack at page 16–17,but nothing serious.Previous owners lable and signatures to f/pd.Prelims and end-papers somewhat age-browned and hand-soiled.Otherwise nice and clean throughout internally.


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