Christison Rare Books (IOBA, SABDA): Anthropology
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[VARIOUS AUTHORS]
The African Monthly. A Magazine Devoted to Literature, History, Exploration, Science, Art, Poetry, Fiction, &C. No. 13, Vol. III. December, 1907.
(Grahamstown: African Book Company, 1907). . 246 x 157 mm; side-stitched printed wraps; pp. (viii) + 112 + (viii); adverts. Cover slightly foxed and spine a little sunned; slightest edgewear; regular browning, owing to paper stock used. Good condition. A loosely inserted prospectus states: "The fact that the magazine has attained to such comparative longevity (especially in face of the unprecedented commercial depression that has prevailed over the whole country since the MONTHLY was established) confirms our belief that in South Africa there was and is room for a high-class literary magazine conducted on good lines." Highlights of this number include W. Hammond Tooke's article on "The Damara or Ova-Herero", the second of a two-part series by H. A. Bryden on the life of hunter Gordon Cumming, pennings by Cullen Gouldsbury, and reports on Cape politics of the time..
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N° du livre: 3508
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 | CHF 18]
Catalogue: Anthropology
Mots-clés: . .. . . Herero. . . Tooke. Hunting. Ethnology.

 
[THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE]
The Ashantees
(London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1873). . Extract from The Cornhill Magazine of December, 1873. 210 x 148; paper wrapper with title label mounted on cover; pp. [679-688]. Very good condition..
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N° du livre: 1405
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 | CHF 9]
Catalogue: Anthropology
Mots-clés: Ashantee. Ashanti. Gold Coast. Ghana. African Civilization. . Tribes. Travel

 
[THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE]
Maori Sketches
(London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1865). . Extract from The Cornhill Magazine of October, 1865. 210 x 148; paper wrapper with title label mounted on cover; pp. [498-512]. Very good condition..
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N° du livre: 1406
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12]
Catalogue: Anthropology
Mots-clés: New Zealand Wars. . Polynesians. . Ethnology. Tribes

 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. DEPARTMENT OF NATIVE AFFAIRS.
Blue-Book on Native Affairs, 1902. Compiled in Compliance with a Resolution of the Honourable the House of Assembly Dated the 10th June, 1873. [G. 25-1902. ]
(Cape Town: W. A. Richards & Sons, 1902). . 330 x 205 mm; side-stitched paper wrappers; pp. (ii) + iv + 104; tables. Wrappers rather sunned and fragile, with disintegration to head and tail of backstrip; postage stamp-sized piece of white paper adhering to inside of upper wrapper; regular light browning throughout, as usual; barcode label to title page. Good condition. The reports are divided into eight sections, the first dealing with the Cape Colony exclusive of Bechuanaland and the Transkeian Territories, the second with British Bechuanaland, the third with Transkei, Tembuland, Port St. John's and Pondoland, the fourth with Griqualand East, and the fifth with Statistics, the sixth with Native Labour, and the seventh with the Glen Grey Act and Proclamation thereunder, and the eighth with Walfish Bay. Matters covered include recovery of hut tax, treatment of stock disease, labour supply, liquor regulations, and the general behaviour and health of the native population..
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N° du livre: 4480
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 27.75 | CHF 30]
Catalogue: Anthropology
Mots-clés: Ethnology. Ethnography. . . .

 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. DEPARTMENT OF NATIVE AFFAIRS.
Blue-Book on Native Affairs, 1903. Compiled in Compliance with a Resolution of the Honourable the House of Assembly Dated the 10th June, 1873. [G. 29-1903. ]
(Cape Town: The Cape Times, Limited, 1903). . 330 x 205 mm; side-stitched paper wrappers; pp. (ii) + ii + 107; tables. Margins of wrappers and spine sunned; slightest wear to spine extremities; small piece of white paper adhering to lower wrapper; regular light browning throughout, as usual; occasional spotting; barcode label to title page. Good condition. The reports are divided into seven sections, the first dealing with the Cape Colony exclusive of Bechuanaland and the Transkeian Territories, the second with British Bechuanaland, the third with the Transkeian Territories, including Griqualand East, the fourth with Statistics, the fifth with Native Labour, the sixth with the Glen Grey Act and Proclamation thereunder, and the seventh with Walfish Bay. Matters covered include recovery of hut tax, treatment of stock disease, labour supply, liquor regulations, and the general behaviour and health of the native population..