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Children S Friend Society In Engeland En Die Kaap Die Goeie Hoop 1830 1841

Author : M. M. Brown
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Die Children S Friend Society In Engeland En Die Kaap Die Goeie Hoop 1830 1841

Author : M. M. Brown
ISBN : 0797030891
Genre : Archives
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Die Children S Friend Society In Engeland En Die Kaap Die Goeie Hoop 1830 1841

Author : Magdalena M. Brown
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Status And Respectability In The Cape Colony 1750 1870

Author : Robert Ross
ISBN : 1139425617
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In a compelling example of the cultural history of South Africa, Robert Ross offers a subtle and wide-ranging study of status and respectability in the colonial Cape between 1750 and 1850. His 1999 book describes the symbolism of dress, emblems, architecture, food, language, and polite conventions, paying particular attention to domestic relationships, gender, education and religion, and analyses the values and the modes of thinking current in different strata of the society. He argues that these cultural factors were related to high political developments in the Cape, and offers a rich account of the changes in social identity that accompanied the transition from Dutch to British overrule, and of the development of white racism and of ideologies of resistance to white domination. The result is a uniquely nuanced account of a colonial society.

Amsterdam Tot Zeeland

Author : Hans Heese
ISBN : 9781928357094
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Sedert die stigting van Stellenbosch en sy distrik in 1679, het slawerny ‘n integrale rol in die ekonomiese en sosiale ontwikkeling van die gemeenskap gespeel. Op 1 Desember 1834 is hierdie stelsel, soos in die res van die Britse koloniale ryk, afgeskaf. Die afskaffing van slawerny het egter geen onmiddellike gelykstelling met die middelklas beteken nie – die gewese slawe moes tot 1 Desember 1838 steeds as ‘ingeboekte vakleerlinge’ (apprentices) in die diens van hul voormalige eienaars bly. Gedurende dié vier jaar het daar min opleiding plaasgevind wat hulle werklik vir arbeid in die ope mark sou bekwaam. Ook ná Desember 1838 het die Britse owerheid sy plig versaak om op daadwerklike wyse by te dra tot die opheffing en verbetering van die nagenoeg 36 000 individue se lewensomstandighede. Hierdie taak is deur verskillende sendinggenootskappe met beperkte finansiële bronne, verrig. Enkele slawe het wel die voorreg gehad om in daardie tyd skoolopleiding te ontvang. Dit was egter nie onderwys en geletterdheid wat aanvanklik tot ekonomiese vooruitgang gelei het nie, maar eerder die beoefening van ambagte soos messelary, smidswerk en wamakery. In Amsterdam tot Zeeland word die unieke genealogiese afkoms van die Stellenbosse slawe en die oorsprong van die bruin gemeenskap bestudeer. Die menings hierin opgeneem word gerugsteun deur die verwerking van oorspronklike dokumente uit die Kaapse Argief wat op die ingeslote kompakskyf gelees kan word.

The Children S Friend Society

Author : Geoff Blackburn
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Dictionary Of Southern African Place Names

Author : P. E. Raper
ISBN : 1868425495
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Now in its 4th Edition -- this dictionary helps you to sort your Komkhulu from your Kommetjie with the most comprehensive glossary of Southern African towns, villages, railway stations, mountains, rivers and beaches. The 9,000 short entries incorporate data from sources dating as far back as 1486, encapsulating the linguistic and cultural heritage of all the peoples of the subcontinent, past and present. In this highly readable book the expert authors take you on a fascinating journey of the highways and byways of Southern Africa. Whether you are a motorist, an adventurer or merely an armchair traveller, this book has a multitude of facts and details that will amuse and interest you. This is much more than a reference book -- it gives an insight into what shapes a place and its people through our heroes, events, beliefs, values, fears and aspirations.

The Botany Of The Commelins

Author : D.O. Wijnands
ISBN : 9061912628
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This work is a taxonomical, nomenclatural and historical account of the plants depicted in the Minickx Atlas and in the books by Jan and Casper Commelin.

Western Empires Christianity And The Inequalities Between The West And The Rest

Author : Sampie Terreblanche
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The acute problem of inequality in the world was brought centre stage by the sensational appearance of French economist Thomas Piketty's bestselling book Capital in the Twenty-first Century. In Western Empires, Christianity, and the Inequalities between the West and the Rest 1500-2010, Sampie Terreblanche studies the matter from a political economic perspective, and brings five centuries of global history to bear in his focus on global, as opposed to internal national, inequalities. The unprecedented accumulation of wealth in the Western world has come at a dire cost to the Restern world (a term the author coins), and empire-building is at the root of it. The last 500 years have seen successive epochs of empire followed by war and systemic chaos. During this time, the "haves" of world history have systematically channeled global resources towards the West through cunning and conquest - a process in which Christian missionary societies played a key role as the soft avant-garde, followed by the hardware. The book deals with several concepts of empire, and the forces through which empires have been rolled out through history: arms, money, ideology, religion. What fed into the Eurocentrism and notion of superiority which paved the way for a lamentable history of slavery, exploitation and the unremitting accumulation of wealth and power? The book shows how clearly dangerous a world we live in, with the scales as precipitously tipped as they are. Ten years in the writing, and in many ways the apex of this decorated author's life work, Western Empires is a book for everyone who wishes to understand, or address, the extreme concentration of wealth in the hands of the global few and the hopeless poverty of the many.

Aided Immigration From Britain To South Africa 1857 1867

Author : Esmé Bull
ISBN : UVA:X002134101
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