Alone Among the Zulus – By a Plain Woman, the Narrative of a Journey Through the Zulu Country, South Africa.
Second Edition. London / New York, Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge / E & J. B. Young & Co., no year [c. 1879]. 12.5 cm x 18.5 cm. Frontispiece, II, 184 pages. With four illustrations (including Frontispiece) plus two examples of melodies transcribed in musical notes. Hardcover [publisher’s original red cloth] with gilt lettering and pictorial design on spine and front board. Beautifully illustrated pastedowns and endpapers. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Tissue-guard in good condition. Interior very bright and clean with sharp corners.
Includes, for example, the following: The Tugela Drift – The Zulu Country; Its Homes and Its People / Stiggins – Norwegian Hospitality – The Zulu Language – Witch Doctors / Hospitality – Hints on Nursing – A Primitve Funeral – Missions to the Zulus – The Boer and the Kafir – Zulu Trade etc.