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Tracks in a Mountain Range

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Since the arrival of literate European settlers in what is now KwaZulu-Natal in the second quarter of the nineteenth century, numerous stories about the Drakensberg region have made their way into print. But for every story which happens to have been written down, there are many others which have not, and which are therefore unavailable to us in our aim of wanting to establish a modern-day understanding of the history of the Drakensberg. This applies especially to the stories told by the unlettered San hunter-gatherers and their forebears during the several thousand years for which they inhabited these mountains, and by the isiNtu-speaking black farmers who have lived in the neighbouring uplands for the past thousand years or so. But it also applies to the unwritten

Item details

Author(s):
John Wright and Aran Mazel
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18.5cms x 21.5cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1868144097
ISBN-13:
9781868144099
Number of pages:
155
Publisher:
Wits University Press

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Since the arrival of literate European settlers in what is now KwaZulu-Natal in the second quarter of the nineteenth century, numerous stories about the Drakensberg region have made their way into print. But for every story which happens to have been written down, there are many others which have not, and which are therefore unavailable to us in our aim of wanting to establish a modern-day understanding of the history of the Drakensberg. This applies especially to the stories told by the unlettered San hunter-gatherers and their forebears during the several thousand years for which they inhabited these mountains, and by the isiNtu-speaking black farmers who have lived in the neighbouring uplands for the past thousand years or so. But it also applies to the unwritten

Author(s):
John Wright and Aran Mazel
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18.5cms x 21.5cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1868144097
ISBN-13:
9781868144099
Number of pages:
155
Publisher:
Wits University Press

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