1979, 1st edition, Orbis Publ., London (Times Books) 0812908260. HB, tall 8vo, 1914pp, VG/VG, very slight shelf wear. An excellent anthology about the colonization of countless isolated and independent societies in Africa, America and Australasia. A wide selection of these natives' responses to the arrival of the first Europeans and the negative and/or positive impact they made.
the first response of aboriginal peoples to the white man. Foreword by Dr Edmund Carpenter. 192p., profusely illustrated throughout the text with color and b&w period and exhibit photography; later edition (unspecified; first edition published by Orbis Books) 10 x 7.5 inch boards in colorphoto dj. Mildest signs of age or handling.
Fine in Fine- jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 192 pages, illustrated in color and b&w, with a Forword by Dr Edmund Carpenter. "In this compelling anthology, the author has collected together a wide selection of native responses to the arrival of the first Europeans, showing how white civilization had a bewildering and often violent impact on ancient traditions and patterns of living." FINE HARDCOVER, FINE-DUST JACKET.
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