Notes of Travel in South Africa – Andersson, Charles John

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The author’s last book was first published in 1873. From the fly-leaf: “Andersson became life-chief of the Damaras when the Hereros ran into trouble with the Nama tribe and led them to victory in what was to be called ‘Andersson’s battle.’ Andersson’s restless spirit drove him out on another expedition to the north proceeding through Ovamboland and to open trade between the white hunters in the south and the Portuguese to the north of Kunene River. On the journey back a deep-seated illness took a turn for the worse and killed him eight days later.” Some marks from cellotape on the front and rear free ends pages. 344 Pages. Contents clean and tightly bound. Edition: Facsimile Reprint. Condition: Very good. Dust jacket: Good+. Paper wraps. Some light edge-wear. Rubbing to the folds. Toning on the verso. Binding: Hardcover. Green boards with gilt device and lettering

Publisher: C Struil ({ty) Ltd
Date Published: 1969
Publication Place: Cape Town

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Hardcover. Green boards with gilt device and lettering
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Good+. Paper wraps. Some light edge-wear. Rubbing to the folds. Toning on the verso.
Dimensions: 22.5cm x 15cm x 3.5cm

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Weight 1000 g