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Black and White in South-East Africa: a Study in Sociology

Nature volume 88, pages 408409 (25 January 1912) | Download Citation



THE title of this book is a little misleading, as it may induce the reader on the look-out for information to conclude that it describes the negroes and the white men of the province of Mozambique, or rather of all that portion of Portuguese Africa which lies to the south of the Zambezi and to the east of the British territories. As a matter of fact, it is concerned mainly with the people of Natal, and less closely with the natives of Basutoland, Cape Colony, and the Transvaal: with South Africa proper.

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