The Native Problem in Africa

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The Native Problem in Africa

By Raymond L. Buell
Macmillan, 1928

The first exhaustive treatment of the question of the African native as he has been affected by the coming of the European. The author spent a full year travelling through the larger part of Africa, interviewing the various government officials, collecting information and surveying the situation for himself. In this book he takes up in order all the territories under British, French or Belgian control, and the Republic of Liberia, discussing the domestic situation from every angle, administrative, economic, sanitational, educational. The work is written in a thoroughly scholarly manner without bias and is equipped with imposing appendices and voluminous documents.

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