The Early Cape Muslims. A Study of Their Mosques, Genealogy and Origins – Bradlow, Frank R and Cairns, Margaret

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3 studies dealing with the history of the Cape Malays, or Cape Muslims. Presenting a detailed analysis of the early slave community at the Cape and how their culture, language and religion influenced the development of today’s Malay community. Stamp and signature of Hassim Seedat – anti-apartheid activist and lawyer – on the title page and fixed end papers. Toning and light foxing to prelims. Some pencil marks and underlining to the first 34 pages. Binding sound. 1st Edition. Fair to good. Poor. Fragile. Sunning. Open and closed tears. Stamp of previous owner on front cover. Hardcover. Reg cloth boards with gilt. Some sunning to spine. Rubbing to edges. 137 pages. Binding sound.

Publisher: A A Balkema
Date Published: 1978
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Fair to good.
Binding: Hardcover. Reg cloth boards with gilt. Some sunning to spine. Rubbing to edges.

Jacket Condition: Poor. Fragile. Sunning. Open and closed tears. Stamp of previous owner on front cover.

Additional information

Weight 700 g