The Natives of British Central Africa With Thirty-Two Full-Page Illustrations :The Native Races of the British Central Africa. The Native Races of the British Empire, this discussion of the peoples of the British Central Africa Protectorate was an early study of religion and magic, rituals, and tribal organization of the peoples living in and around the basin of Lake Nyassa and its outlet, the Shire.
Hardcover, blue cloth boards with vibrant gilt lettering. No Dust wrapper. Foxing to page edges throughout- does not mar photographs or text! Light shelf wear. Internally clean and free from any inscriptions. Boards clean, binding sturdy. Condition: Very good considering the book is 115 years old, still very beautiful and most pleasing.303 pages with black and white “etchings” See our own photograph of this 1906 first edition for quality control