The Ovimbundu. Under Two Sovereignties.

This contemporary study of an African people in Angola describes the changes in the life of the Ovimbundu from the time of their caravan trade in slaves,rubber,and ivory down to the more recent period in which the organization of their chiefdoms has been influenced by Catholic missions,Portuguese administration and wage labour.

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H/ b in nice clean boards.in a printed and protected d/w.a library copy therefore the d/w has been reinforced with sewn-on tape to top and bot edges and with all the usual lables and cards and stamps ect.Size 9×6 pp 17+167,inc index,bibliography,diagrams and graphs to text,charts,no plates, text only.Hinges strong.Binding firm.Internaly clean throughout.No foxing,staining or browning,A library copy with the usual faults,but a good copy,nonetheless.

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