Western Civilization and the Natives of South Africa. Studies in Culture Contact.


The Native problem as it existed in the mid thirties in South Africa is not a phenomenon of recent growth.The issues confronting the country are the product of many decades of inter-racial contact,and adjustment during which Europeans and natives have experienced a steadily growing influence upon each others lives.This book is based on studies in culture contact.Set out in 12 chapters,the various studied subjecte are, The old Bantu culture,Present day life in the native reserves,Christianity and the religious life of the Bantu.The educated native in Bantu communial life. And much more.

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H/b in the original boards,corners bumped,spine ends slightly bruised,,nice and clean,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 14+312,inc,index, two double-page maps,bibliography,plates,inc frontispiece.Hinges strong.Binding slack and beginning to crack.Some staining to prelims and endpapers,and quite heavily foxed throughout.Best wishes with signature and date to f/ep,with small book dealers stamp.Otherwise clean for its age.


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