The land Belongs to us. The Pedi Polity,the Boers and the British in the nineteenth-century Transvaal.

£45.00

1879 was a vital year in South African history.The events involved in the destruction of Zulu Power have inspired a rich literature.The history of the Pedi is less well known.This account of the struggle of the Pedi to keep the land that belonged to them will do much to redress the balance.The author shows how they provided an alternative source of power to the South African Republic and the Swazi Kingdom.Pedi resistance allowed other African communities to reject colonial claims to the land and demands for tax and labour.

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H/b in v/g clean boards,also in a v/g pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp 14+278,inc,index,bibliography,plates reproduced from photographic prints and artists impressions,notes to text,genealogical charts,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) no foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout. Fine–fine clean copy.This is virtually an as new book.

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