Author: H.C. Thompson Condition: Good, the cover is lightly scratched with creasing on the spine and some wear round the edges, content is bright and clean it is a well bound copy Binding: Softcover Pages: 11 Dimensions: 20.9 x 13.3 x 0.2 cm
Weight: 0.1 kg
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For those whose interest is in the history of South Africa, Kuruman has an honoured place. For many decades, when the Orange River marked the most northerly boundary of known Africa, Kuruman was a far-flung outpost from which explorers, hunters, traders, missionaries and others set out into the trackless interior. As early as 1830, the Kueruman mission station had already become a tiny oasis of civilisation in the heart of the wilderness, from which eager travellers would set out and to which they would gladly return to rest and refit.