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The Kafirs illustrated in a series of drawings taken among the Amazulu, Amaponda and Amakosa tribes / by George French Angas
Bib ID 1847275
Format BookBook
Author
Angas, George French, 1822-1886
 
Description London : J. Hogarth, 1849 
[52 p.] : illus., 30 plates, 11 engravings, port. ; 55.5 cm. 
Notes

Subtitle: Also portraits of the Hottentot, Malay, Fingo, and other races inhabiting Southern Africa: together with sketches of landscape scenery in the Zulu country, Natal, and the Cape Colony.

Plates accompanied by descriptive text.

Most of the lithography is by Angas himself; the remainder of the plates are by Jonathan Needham and others; the engravings are by G.K. Childs.

NLA copy has hand col. lithographs; book-labels of George Bennett and George Edward Rundle inside front cover.

Subjects Ethnology - South Africa - Pictorial works.  |  Costume - South Africa - Pictorial works.  |  Zulu (African people) - Pictorial works.  |  South Africa - Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Childs, George  |  Needham, Jonathan, active 1849-1870

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