THE OXFORD HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICA

(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1969).

FIRST EDITION OF THIS IMPORTANT HISTORY. A scholarly rendering of the complex history of South Africa, with a central theme of interaction between peoples of diverse origins, languages, technologies, and social systems. There are good sections on the archeology, the hunters and herders, the various peoples who were indigenous to the land, the coming of the white settlers, conflict and consolidation of the Cape Colony, the Zulu kingdom, economic development anthe growth of farming and the peasant communities, the African chiefdoms, Great Britain and the Afrikaner republics, nationalism, both African and Afrikaner and South Africa in the modern world. Item #33291

2 volumes. First Edition. Illustrated with many maps, tables and figures in the volumes. 8vo, publisher's original black cloth, the spines decorated in gilt. [xxiv], 302; xvi, 584 pp. A fine and bright set with an old unobtrusive blemish from damp at the bottom of the boards and free-fly of Vol. I, not affecting the overall condition of the book.

Price: $75.00