The Native Tribes of North-Eastern Rhodesia: their Laws and Customs.


For the student of anthropology here is a very rare and important volume that deals with the native tribes of North-Eastern Rhodesia;their laws and customs.The use of the word tribe signifies a people that are of the Bantu race,which differ from one another to an appreciable extent in their institutions,and tribal organizations.Set out in 7 chapters we study the Awemba,the Angoni and achewa,the Awisa,the Alungu,the Ainamwanga and Awina.Some lesser tribes are mentioned but these are awaiting our fieldwork.Totemism is also studied.

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Limp printed covers,old,soiled and worn,with some small tears and slight loss.Brown paper covers also very soiled worn with tears and some loss,now in a clear plastic protective cover,title of item written on the face,Size 11×7 pp 64,inc,various tables,page map in prelims,no plates text only.Stapled binding,strong,This item is 94 years old and shows it,worn grubby pencil and pen markings stained with various marks and scribblings.It is a 1st issue,quite rare,and the material is of important value to the African historian. Hence the price.


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