The Bantu-speaking tribes of South Africa; an ethnographical survey, edited for the (South African) Inter-University Committee for African Studies by I. Schapera. Contributors: Raymond A. Dart, Clement M. Doke [and others] ...

; Inter-university Committee for African Studies
London, G. Routledge & Sons, ltd., 1937.

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Other Authors Inter-university Committee for African Studies.
Subjects Bantu languages.
Bantu-speaking peoples.
Ethnology -- South Africa.
Indigenous peoples -- South Africa.
Description xv, 453 p. illus. (music) XXIV pl. (incl. front.) double map. 25 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 435-444.
Contents Racial origins, by R.A. Dart.--Habitat, by A.J.H. Goodwin.--Grouping and ethnic history, by N.J. van Warmelo.--Social organization, by A. Winifred Hoernlé.--Individual development, by Eileen J. Krige.--Domestic and communal life, by G.P. Lestrade.--Work and wealth, by I. Schapera and A.J.H. Goodwin.--Political institutions, by I. Schapera.--Law and justice, by I. Schapera.--Magic and medicine, by A. Winifred Hoernlé.--Religious beliefs and practices, by W.M. Eiselen and I. Schapera.--The musical practices of the native races of South Africa, by P.R. Kirby.--Traditional literature, by G.P. Lestrade.--Language, by C.M. Doke.--The imposition and nature of European control, by J.S. Marais.--Cultural changes in tribal life, by I. Schapera.--The Bantu on European-owned farms, by Monica Hunter.--The native in the towns, by Ellen P. Hellmann.--Index of tribal names.
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