The Harmless People

Mar 16, 2013
Elizabeth Marshall Thomas
This book is the unique in-depth view of the inner workings of a Hunter gather society that is essentially still intact.
While the African Bushmen of the late 1950s had already been in contact with modern humans for some time, modern influence was at a minimum.
They still lived off the land, worship their ancient gods, and spoke their traditional language, and had to struggle to survive.
And yet they still found time to laugh, dance, and create art.
This book covers all of that