British Africa.

2d ed.. New York, Negro Universities Press [1969, 1901] .
ISBN , 0837118360

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JV1027 .B81 v.2, 1901 Available Request
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JV1027 .B81 v.2, 1901 Available Request
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Subjects Africa -- Colonization.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa.
Description xiii, 414 p. maps (4 fold. in pocket) 23 cm.
Notes Collection of papers, most of which were originally given as lectures at the South Place Institute.
Reprint of the 1901 ed.
Contents Introduction, by J. S. Keltie.--The Cape of Good Hope, by Sir D. Tennant.--Rhodesia, by C. W. Boyd.--Rhodesia, by H. M. Hole.--Rhodesia, by W. E. L.--Bechuanaland, by Sir S. G. A. Shippard.--The Transvaal, old and new, by W. Y. Campbell.--Natal, by F. R. Statham.--The highlands of Natal, by E. M'Master.--Zululand, by Miss Colenso.--Briton, Boer and Black in South Africa, by J. A. Liebmann.--Native races of South Africa and their polity, by J. Mackenzie.--Natives under British rule in Africa, by H. R. F. Bourne.--The gold era in South Africa, by W. B. Worsfold.--British central Africa, by A. Werner.--The Protectorate of Zanzibar, by W. K. Firminger.--East Africa Protectorate, by H. S. Newman.--Uganda, by Sir H. Colville.--What England has done for Egypt, by A. Nichols.--The district of the Niger, by P. A. Bennett.--Our West African colonies, by Sir W. H. Quayle-Jones.--Life in West Africa, by M. Kingsley.--Mauritius, by Justice CondeĢ-Williams.
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