They Were South Africans.


This book has been written in order to recognise exactly what place the British settlers take on the peopling of South Africa,and have they the right to class themselves as South Africans,alongside the Dutch Boers the Bushmen,the Hottentots,and various native peoples,not forgetting the coloured races and including the Malay and the Indians.The purely English speaking South African can be traced back to 1795,yet no history of them has ever been writen.They are almost classed as a unknown people.

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H/b in reasonably clean boards,slightly damp stained in places but nothing serious,no d/w,Size 9×6 pp 13+224,inc,index,various appendix,to each chapter,plates,Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some “Tick” marks to the appendix Some staining to prelims and endpapers,some slight foxing to outer edges,but only visible when the book is closed.Otherwise internally nice and clean throughout.A good –v/g clean copy.


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