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The Story of Hottentots Holland (signed by Author)

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The Story of Hottentots Holland (signed by Author)

In the dark centuries preceding the earliest Portuguese and Dutch voyages of discovery, that region of the Western Cape known today as Hottentots Holland lay quiescent. . . Nomadic Hottentots - primitive and unaware - wandered over it with their herds of cattle and flocks of fat-tailed sheep, settling in an area until it was graced out and then moving on. But, by the middle of the seventeenth century the writing was on the wall.

This hardback 1977 edition published by Peggy Heap, Elandskloof is in good condition. There is an inscription on the first free end page, 'To Eileen and Ken, with warmest regards, Peggy Heap, Feb 1981'. The binding is sound and all the pages are clean and unmarked. The bottom of the spine is slightly faded and bumped and the bottom corners of the cover are showing slight signs of wear. The top of the cover around the spine is also a little faded. The dustjacket has a few creases, a little tear at the front on the bottom and at the top of the spine. It is also showing signs of wear around the top and bottom of the spine

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Author(s):
Peggy Heap
Condition:
Used: good
Publisher:
Peggy Heap, Elandskloof
Title:
The Story of Hottentots Holland

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The Story of Hottentots Holland (signed by Author)

In the dark centuries preceding the earliest Portuguese and Dutch voyages of discovery, that region of the Western Cape known today as Hottentots Holland lay quiescent. . . Nomadic Hottentots - primitive and unaware - wandered over it with their herds of cattle and flocks of fat-tailed sheep, settling in an area until it was graced out and then moving on. But, by the middle of the seventeenth century the writing was on the wall.

This hardback 1977 edition published by Peggy Heap, Elandskloof is in good condition. There is an inscription on the first free end page, 'To Eileen and Ken, with warmest regards, Peggy Heap, Feb 1981'. The binding is sound and all the pages are clean and unmarked. The bottom of the spine is slightly faded and bumped and the bottom corners of the cover are showing slight signs of wear. The top of the cover around the spine is also a little faded. The dustjacket has a few creases, a little tear at the front on the bottom and at the top of the spine. It is also showing signs of wear around the top and bottom of the spine

Author(s):
Peggy Heap
Condition:
Used: good
Publisher:
Peggy Heap, Elandskloof
Title:
The Story of Hottentots Holland

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