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0 Foreword by S. C. Cronwright-Schreiner  rachelmayferriman 04:18 Listen See PL notes
1 Prefatory Note 1896  rachelmayferriman 02:48 Listen PL OK
2 Dedication and Introduction 1901  rachelmayferriman 26:23 Listen PL OK
3 Part One: I. South Africa: Its Natural Features, Its Diverse Peoples, Its Political Status: The Problem  rachelmayferriman 49:24 Listen PL OK
4 Part Two: I. South Africa: Its Natural Features, Its Diverse Peoples, Its Political Status: The Problem  rachelmayferriman 34:12 Listen PL OK
5 Part One: II. The Boer  rachelmayferriman Assigned
6 Part Two: II. The Boer  rachelmayferriman Assigned
7 III. The Problem of Slavery  rachelmayferriman Assigned
8 IV. The Wanderings of the Boer  rachelmayferriman Assigned
9 V. The Boer Woman and the Modern Woman’s Question  rachelmayferriman Assigned
10 VI. The Boer and His Republics  rachelmayferriman Assigned
11 VII. The Psychology of the Boer  rachelmayferriman Assigned
12 VIII. The Englishman  rachelmayferriman Assigned
13 Note A. The South African Nation (1900)  rachelmayferriman Assigned
14 Note B. The Value of Human Varieties (1901)  rachelmayferriman Assigned
15 Note C. The Domestic Life of the Boer (1899)  rachelmayferriman Assigned
16 Note D. Our Waste Land in Mashonaland (1891)  rachelmayferriman Assigned