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Ethnography and condition of South Africa before A.D. 1505, being a description of the inhabitants of the country south of the Zambesi and Kunene rivers in A.D. 1505, together with all that can be learned from ancient books and modern research of the condition of South Africa from the earliest time until its discovery by Europeans Preview this item
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Ethnography and condition of South Africa before A.D. 1505, being a description of the inhabitants of the country south of the Zambesi and Kunene rivers in A.D. 1505, together with all that can be learned from ancient books and modern research of the condition of South Africa from the earliest time until its discovery by Europeans

Author: E G Glagoleva
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z : [s.n., 1919.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E G Glagoleva
OCLC Number: 92656234
Notes: Printings vary.
Description: 466 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: by George McCall Theal.

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