Irish Settlers to the Cape. – Dickason, G B

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History of the Clanwilliam 1820 settlers from Cork Harbour.

Destined for settlement on the troublesome eastern frontier of the Cape Colony in 1820, the Irish Parties were separated from the main body of settlers and located at Clanvilliam in the Western Cape. After the collapse of the Clanwilliam settlement some of the settlers formed into new groups and moved to the originally intended destination of Albany. Red tint to top edge. Many b/w illustrations incl. maps and charts.Contents clean and tightly bound. 113 pages. 1st Edition. Very good. Good. Sunning to spine and edges. Some rubbing and light foxing. 2cm closed tear to top. Light foxing. Light toning on the verso. Binding: Faux brown leather spine with paper covered boards.

Publisher: A A Balkema
Date Published: 1973
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Binding: Faux brown leather spine with paper covered boards.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Good. Sunning to spine and edges. Some rubbing and light foxing. 2cm closed tear to top. Light foxing. Light toning on the verso.
Dimensions: 25cm x 18cm x 2cm

Additional information

Weight 600 g