The Roots of Segregation. Native Policy in Colonial Natal. 1845 – 1910 (Inscribed by author) – Welsh, David

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Inscribed by the author. An account of how African tribal institutions were viewed and used in colonial Natal, exploring in detail the olitical, social and economic relations between the colonists and the African population. Examines the missionary contribution to African education and the school as an agency of social change. Foxing to the front and rear end papers. 381 Pages. Contents clean and binding tight. 2nd Impression. Condition: Good. Dust jacket: Fair+. Edge-wear and creasing. Sunning to spine. Small abrasions along the folds. Foxing to the verso and flaps. Binding: Hardcover. Red boards with bright gilt lettering to spine.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date Published: 1973
Publication Place: Cape Town

Signed: Yes
Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardcover. Red boards with bright red gilt lettering to spine.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Fair+. Edge-wear and creasing. Sunning to spine. Small abrasions along the folds. Foxing to the verso and flaps.

Additional information

Weight 1000 g