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The migratory springbucks of South Africa (the trekbokke)

also an essay on the ostrich : and a letter descriptive of the Zambesi Falls
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Pagination140 pages, 5 leaves of plates :
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The migratory springbucks of South Africa (the trekbokke): also an essay on the ostrich: and a letter descriptive of the Zambesi Falls. [Samuel Cron Cronwright-Schreiner].

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Author: CRONWRIGHT-SCHREINER S.C. Title: The Migratory Springbucks Of South Africa (The Trekbokke) Also An Essay On The Ostrich And A Letter Descriptive Of The Zambesi Falls Price: £ Year: Edition: 1st Edn, Publisher: T Fisher Unwin Ltd Summary: pages, 4pp advs, frontis + 4 b/w plates from photographs, green cloth, title in black, foxing to closed page edges and occasional to.

In Cronwright-Schreiner published a book on The migratory springbucks of South Africa (the trekbokke) in London. He had produced a paper on the topic years earlier, which appeared in the journal Cosmopolitan in /9.

The book again included his essay on the ostrich. His other publications dealt mainly with political matters.

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