The South African Negro.


This is a reprint taken from the American Journal of Physical Anthropology vol.13 no.2 July-Sept 1929.This is a comparative study of the American and South African Negro races.Despite the fact that the encircling of the Cape of Good Hope,and the discovery of America were achieved by Europeans,the exploitation of the two continents have followed very different courses.It was India and the east,not Africa,that was the objective of the Cape route,and it was long afterwards before any interest was shown in the country and its people. A very interesting article this.

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Limp printed card covers.Corners curled,with edges a little bit ruffled.Size 10×7 pp 10,inc bibliography,text only no plates.Hinges good Stapled binding tight owing to face staple binding.(rusting staples showing through on the face.No foxing,staining,just slightly age brownd,Internally.nice and clean throughout. A good–v/g clean copy.


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