A review of outstanding incidents in Kafirland and British Kaffraria.
Leading up to the rise of King William’s Town, Keiskama Hoek and East London, with special reference to the history and situation of Fort Stokes. Illustrated with 2 maps and 20 Illustrations. Ink inscription on half-title page. Pencilled name on 2nd free end page. Light edge-wear to some of the page corners. Scattered foxing. Photograph of Bailie’s Grave Post (Fort Stokes) in 1942 as frontispiece showing the remains of the only military post near Bailie’s Grave. 56 Pages. Binding firm. 1st Edition. Condition: Good. Binding: Softcover. Thin cardwraps. Staple-bound. Some light edge-wear with mild creasing. Pencilled name on front cover.
Publisher: King Printing Co. Ltd
Date Published: 1942
Publication Place: King William’s Town
First Edition: Yes
Binding: Softcover. Thin cardwraps. Staple-bound. Some light edge-wear with mild creasing. Pencilled name on front cover.
Dimensions: 21cm x 14cm x 1cm