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The early Cape Hottentots, described in the writings of Olfert Dapper (1668), Willem Ten Rhyne (1686) and Johannes Gulielmus de Grevenbroek (1695) The original texts, with translations into English by I. Schapera and E. [i.e. B.] Farrington. Edited, with

; Dapper, Olfert, 1639-1689 ; Grevenbroek, Johannes Gulielmus, b. ca. 1644 ; Rhijne, Willem ten, 1647-1700 ; Farrington, Benjamin, 1891-
Westport, Conn., Negro Universities Press [1970, 1933] .
ISBN 083713787X

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Other Authors Dapper, Olfert, 1639-1689.
Grevenbroek, Johannes Gulielmus, b. ca. 1644.
Rhijne, Willem ten, 1647-1700.
Farrington, Benjamin, 1891-
Subjects Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Description and travel.
Khoikhoi (African people)
Description xv, 309, x p. illus., facsims. 22 cm.
Notes Dutch or Latin and English.
Reprint of the 1933 ed.
Contents Kaffrarie of Lant der Kaffers, anders Hottentots genaemt. Kaffraria or Land of the Kafirs, also named Hottentots, by O. Dapper.--Schediasma de promontorio Bonae Spei ejusve tractus incolis Hottentottis. A short account of the Cape of Good Hope and of the Hottentots who inhabit that region, by W. ten Rhyne.--N. N. Graevenbroeckii elegans & accurata gentis africanae circa promontorium capitis Bonae Spei vulgo Hottentotten nuncupatae descriptio epistolaris. An elegant and accurate account of the African race living round the Cape of Good Hope commonly called Hottentots, by J. G. Grevenbroek.
Geographic Area South Africa
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00092871
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