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Hottentots. Die Hottentotte. by Ella Margaret Shaw

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Published by South African Museum] in Cape Town .
Written in English


  • Khoikhoi (African people)

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Edition Notes

English and Afrikaans.

Statement[Text by E. M. Shaw.
SeriesMan in southern Africa
LC ClassificationsDT764.H6 S52
The Physical Object
Pagination[20] p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5096272M
ISBN 10094994002X
LC Control Number74168059

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