Tam-Tam. Een Oerwoud-Staat in Suriname. – John W Vandercook

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Text: Dutch. This book is about the South American country of Suriname and its African “maroon” population who rebelled against Dutch slavery and lived in the forested regions of Suriname. Includes some black and white photographs and illustrations of these early free African inhabitants. Bookplate pasted on title page with a signature of previous owner.

Publisher: N V Wereldbibliotheek
Date Published: 1935
Publication Place: Amsterdam

Condition: Good. Contents clean. Some cockling to top edge though no tide mark. Does not affect text.
Binding: Hardcover. Linen covered boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Rubbing to the spine. Edge-wear.

Jacket Condition: No dust jacket
Dimensions: 8vo. 260pp

Additional information

Weight 1400 g