The Native in South Africa.

This little book first published in 1939 under the tittle of “The Southern Bantu”.Its object was to provide an elementary account of the position of the Bantu people in South Africa.The idea was to provide a suitable book for use in secondary schools,by anyone just beginning the study of “Native Affaires”Set out in 7 chapters,it covers native life in the reserves,mixing and working on European farms.Life in the townships,working on the mines,legislation and law,religion and education,an interesting study.

Description

H/b in the original boards,Corners bumped,some slight staining and insect markings to boards,spine ends bruised,with a nasty dent with breakage to the cloth on the spine,no d/w.Size 7×5 pp 8+105,inc no plates text only,bibliography,Hinges strong.Binding good,but dry and beginng to crack.A stamp to front p/d and fe/p,with some slight writing.plus a previous owners stamp on the back fe/p.Somewhat age-browned,otherwise nice and clean throughout. A fair–v/g copy.

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