Xhosa (African people)
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A narrative of the loss of the Grosvenor East Indiaman, which was unfortunately wrecked upon the coast of Caffraria, Somewhere between the 27th and 32d Degrees of Southern Latitude, on the 4th of August, 1782, compiled from the examination of John Hynes, one of the unfortunate survivors. By Mr. George Carter, Historical Portrait Painter. Upon His Passage Outward Round To India Containing A Variety of Matter respecting the Sufferers, Never before made Public; with copper plate descriptive of the catastrophe, engraved from Mr. Carter's designs.Carter, George, 1737-1794.Date: MDCCXCI. 
Two African men sitting on the ground to smoke. Wood engraving by Dalziel.Reference: 25673i
Ciskei, South Africa: a Hosa man. Photograph by Alfred M. Duggan-Cronin.Duggan-Cronin, A. M. (Alfred Martin), 1874-1954Reference: 540877i
Ciskei, South Africa: women reaping. Photograph by Alfred M. Duggan-Cronin.Duggan-Cronin, A. M. (Alfred Martin), 1874-1954Reference: 540895i
Bantu folk lore (medical and general) / by Matthew L. Hewat, M.D.Hewat, Matthew L.Date: