Conference of the History of the Central African Peoples
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Conference of the History of the Central African Peoples papers presented at the seventeenth conference of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute for Social Research, held at the Oppenheimer College of Social Service and the College of Further Education, May 28th-June 1st 1963, [Lusaka]. by Conference of the History of the Central African Peoples (17th 1963 Lusaka, Zambia)

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Published by Rhodes-Livingstone Institute in Lusaka .
Written in English

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LC ClassificationsMLCL 87/1116 (D)
The Physical Object
Paginationca. 210 p. :
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2491706M
LC Control Number87460856

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