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From: "Viv Kymdell" <>
Subject: The Rise of South Africa - G E CORY
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 01:48:38 +0200
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I am tremendously excited as I purchased two books with the above title on
Thursday without looking at the titles, just knowing that they are Africana
and pretty old - published in 1910 - and have just found time to have a good
look at them. There is some amazing stuff in them and practically all
revolving around the Eastern Cape. I have been looking for these volumes
for some time and did not realise that when I purchased them, so was
absolutely delighted to discover my wonderful find!
I am now feverishly looking for Volumes 3 & 4, as volumes I & 2 cover the
periods from early times to 1820 and 1820 to 1834, respectively. I am
relatively sure that these volumes are pretty widely available in libraries,
especially in Eastern Capeland.
Many names are mentioned that we deal with on a regular basis and will be
happy to do look-ups for those interested.
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