The Native Problem. In South Africa.


This book deals with a problem that caused the European white races much trouble and political upheaval. The problem of what was to be done with the African native people, black and/or brown. It troubled the British, Dutch, German, French and Italian emigrants since the 18th century. Set out in 3 parts this book deals with many aspects: the native character and customs; natives and industry; natives labour and the Boer factor; inhabitants; religion; administration and land tenure; labour; missions and education.

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H/b in the original boards,very badly marked and affected from damp,corners bumped and spine-ends bruised.No d/w.Size 7×5 pp X+242,inc,adverts.No plates,text only.Front hinge cracked Binding dry and cracked in places.No foxing,staining,Slightly age-browned and hand-soiled in the prelims and end-papers.Otherwise fairly clean throughout for its 105 years in existence.


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