Native Labour in South Africa: A Report of a Public Meeting, Jointly Convened by the Aborigines Protective Society and the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society, which was Held at Caxton Hall, Westminster, on 29th April, 1903
P.S. King & son, 1903 - 20 pages
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