The Tribes of Mount Frere District.

£35.00

Once again we have another volume,from the Department of Native Affairs,Ethnological Publications.Here we study the tribes of the Mount Frere district.Basically Mount Frere is a village in the Transkei,founded in 1876 and named after Governor Sir Bartle Frere.Items studied are boundaries,extent,control,communications,geogra-phy,early and present inhabitants,distribution of native populations,There are two tribes under study here.The Amabhaca of Makhaula and Bhaca of Nomtshekeketshe.

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Limp card covers in good clean condition,nice and sharp but with some small creases near spine,Size 9×6 pp 80,inc,f/o map,list of place names,plus list of personal names,clan and tribal names,index of subjects,bibliography,genealogical charts,typed text no plates,Stapled bindings tight (suggest unread) .Internally clean and bright throughout.

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