1904 - with 100 full-page illustrations from photographs by the author - in fair condition
First edition, London, Adam and Charles Black. 436 pages, with appendix, bibliography and index, no sketch map.
The book has some cracks in the binding, tears and spots on some pages.
Kafir was the name for the dark-skinned tribes in South Africa. The word Kafir is used here by the author as a synonym for the word native, and in that sense equivalent to the word Bantu.
This is the best book you can buy on the subject, written by an author who lived for many years among different tribes; Pondo, Zulu, Swazi, Basuto, Bomvana, Gaza, Tembu, Natal, etc
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