THE BANTU-SPEAKING TRIBES OF SOUTH AFRICA An Ethnographical Survey Edited for the South African Inter-Unoversity Committee for African Studies

By: SCHAPERA , I , & Eleven Contributors

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VG H/b.1953.1st ed.4th imp.Bantu as they were - before being affected by the intrusion of Western Civilization -therefore containing Valuable Knowledge no longer obtainable in the field.Fold-out Map to rear. illustrated 40 b/w photographic plates.453pp. A work borne out of a resolution adopted by The Inter-University Committee for African Studies in July 1934 to "sponsor the preparation and publication of a handbook of South African Tribes". The greater part of the book is devoted to an account of the Bantu as they were.includes chapters on Racial Origins, Habitat, Domestic and Communal life, Law and Justice, Magic and Medicine, Music, Traditional Literature, Language etc.Read only Copy as Ex-libray copy with all usual markings & stamps. [ maroon/red cloth boards with mior markings, bright Gilt titles with white Library Nos to spine. No other inscsp., tight binding. paper creamed. 1mm softness top/tail spine. Please see our images of the actual book offered for sale

Title: THE BANTU-SPEAKING TRIBES OF SOUTH AFRICA An Ethnographical Survey Edited for the South African Inter-Unoversity Committee for African Studies

Author Name: SCHAPERA , I , & Eleven Contributors

Categories: History, Linguistics, Anthropology,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: London, ROUTLEDGE & Kegan Paul Ltd: 1953

Binding: Hard Back

Book Condition: VG

Size: 255x160mm Approx

Seller ID: 123200

Keywords: AFRICA ANTHROPOLOGY AFRICAN THE BANTU-SPEAKING TRIBES OF SOUTH AN ETHNOGRAPHICAL SURVEY EDITED FOR INTER-UNOVERSITY COMMITTEE STUDIES , LANGUAGES LINGUISTICS BANTU CULTURE FOLKLORE BELIEFS ACADEMIC REFERENCE STUDENTS TEACHER LAYMAN SOCIAL HISTORY RACIAL ORIGINS, HABITAT, DOMESTIC AND COMMUNAL LIFE, LAW JUSTICE, MAGIC MEDICINE, ETC,