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South Africa in the making, 1652-1806.

M. Whiting Spilhaus

South Africa in the making, 1652-1806.

by M. Whiting Spilhaus

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Published by Juta in Cape Town .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination422p.
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15965978M

The study of languages was crucial to colonial power in 18th and 19th-century South Africa. This important book examines representations of the South African Bantu languages Xhosa and Zulu, revealing the ways in which colonial linguistics contributed to both the making of the colonial order and to instabilities at the heart of the project.   The works comprise: The First South Africans [Juta, ]; Indigenous Trees of the Cape Peninsula [Juta, ]; Arnold Wilhelm Spilhaus: Reminiscences and Family Records (Editor) [Standard Press, c]; Under A Bright Sky [Howard Timmins, ]; South Africa in the Making [Juta, ]; The Land They Left [Juta, ]; Door Step Baby.

  Eventual Impact • The Union of South Africa was formed in as a British dominion (like Canada) • The Boers formed the most powerful voting block within the country • In , they formed the Apartheid, a system of government which introduced racist policies against minorities • This caused South Africa to get kicked out of the. Spilhaus, M. W., South Africa in the Making, (Cape Town: Juta, ), p. Van der Merwe holds that there may not have been a prejudice against manual labour as such, but that it was "probably" because being employed by someone else denoted a loss of economic independence, that there was a prejudice against it.

- Dr. J. Hoge, Personalia of the Germans at the Cape, , Archives Year Book for South African History (Cape Town: Government Printer, Union of South Africa, ) view all 14 Heinrich Peter Hesse, SV/PROG's Timeline. Spilhaus, M.W. South Africa in the Making Cape Town: Juta & Co., First HB Yes Good in good jacket Stapleton, Timothy Maqoma: Xhosa Resistance to Colonial Advance Jonothan Ball: Johannesburg, First PB .


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South Africa in the making, 1652-1806 by M. Whiting Spilhaus Download PDF EPUB FB2

South Africa in the making, Cape Town Juta (OCoLC) Online version: Spilhaus, Margaret Whiting. South Africa in the making, Cape Town Juta (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M Whiting Spilhaus. About this Item: Juta, South Africa in the making, South Africa, Condition: Good.

First Edition. In reviewing the book, historian Leonard 1652-1806. book said of the book: "The period from to has not been given sufficient attention by South African historians, especially by those who write in the English language, and yet that was a crucially formative period in South African history.

South Africa in the Making - - M Whiting Spilhaus - Hardcover. Book in very good condition. Dust cover as per attached Gumtree photograph.

First edition May pages. 19 chapters. Pull out map of Orange River area. Pull out map of Cape Colony in Black and white maps, illustrations and photographs.

Email through Gumtree or. M Whiting Spilhaus South Africa in the making Published: Juta & Company, Edition: First. The Black Sash was a non-violent liberal white women's resistance organisation that was founded on 19 May in South Africa by Jean Sinclair, Ruth Foley, Elizabeth McLaren, Tertia Pybus, Jean Bosazza, and Helen Newton-Thompson.

General elections were held in South Africa between 26 and 29 April The elections were the first in which citizens of all races were allowed to take part, and were therefore also the first held with universal adult election was conducted under the direction of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), and marked the culmination of the four-year process that ended.

South Africa in the Making - - M Whiting Spilhaus - HardcoverBook in very good conditionDust cover as per attached Gumtree photographFirst edition May pages19 chaptersPull out map of Orange River areaPull out map of Cape Colony in Black and white maps, illustrations and photographsEmail through Gumtree or sms or whatsapp.

History and Ethnography of Africa South of the Zambesi before London Cit. as Theal, History. Records of the Cape Colony London Cit. as Theal, Records. de Villiers, Geslacht-Register der Oude Kaapsche Familiën. Kaapstad Cit. as G.R. A watering station was established by the Dutch East India Company in Table Bay close to the Cape of Good Hope in Because of the suitable climate, Europeans settled in the area around Table Bay, which developed first into the Cape Colony and is therefore the precursor to what is now South Africa.

With colonialism, which began in South Africa incame the Slavery and Forced Labour Model. This was the original model of colonialism brought by the Dutch inand subsequently exported from the Western Cape to the Afrikaner Republics of the Orange Free State and the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek.

Amersfoort Legacy - History of education in South Africa The opening moment of education in South Africa coincides with the foundation of the colonial experience at the Cape in Six years after the Dutch East India Company established its colony at the Cape, the first formal school is begun in Full text of "Education in South Africa ()" See other formats.

The Dutch settlement history in South Africa began in March with the shipwreck of the Dutch ship Nieuwe Haarlem. The shipwreck victims built a small fort named “Sand Fort of the Cape of Good Hope”. They stayed for nearly one year at the Cape.

Finally they were rescued by a fleet of 12 ships under the command of W.G. de Jong. On one of. Citations [] Dr. Hoge, Personalia of the Germans at the Cape,Archives Year Book for South African History (Cape Town: Government Printer, Union of South Africa, ), VON CÖLLER, ADOLF JOHANN HEINRICH (S), called VAN COLLERTondern (but according to CJ born at Lübeck).

Son of "Hofrat" Heinrich Christian v. and Louisa Christina von. The tougher U.S. measures ban the import of South African agriculture, iron and steel and prohibit U.S.

loans and investment to South Africa. Railway strike A strike by black railway workers leads to the worst violence in South Africa since the government declared a national state of emergency in Lot Rolfe, John Pye (engraver) – William Marshall Craig (artist) Lot of three copper plates relating the Cape of the Good Hope of View of the Cape of Good Hope; A Hottentot man and woman with a view of the Table Mountain and Cape Town at the Cape of Good Hope; The hippopotamus of the Cape of&hellip.

Institute of Race R elations, numerous book stores in South A frica, the book, section of UNESCO—for which I express my grateful thanks. The Department of Bantu Education of the Republic of South Africa responded immediately to my request for documentary m aterials both old and new.

To Dr. The Catholic Church celebrates the bicentenary of its presence in South Africa. From the colonial era to the fight against apartheid. In search of a new way of being present in South African society. The presence of the Catholic Church can be traced back to lay Catholics in what is now the Western Cape during the Dutch era ().

The National Assembly is the lower house of the Parliament of South Africa, located in Cape Town, Western Cape Province. It consists of four hundred members who are elected every five years using a party-list proportional representation system where half of the members are elected proportionally from 9 provincial lists and the remaining half from national.

Official Guide Book: Seattle World’s Fair, Spilhaus, M. Whiting, South Africa in the Making:Villee, Jr., Claude A., Absolute Values and the New Cultural Revolution: commemorative volume of the thirteenth international conference on.

HOGE J., Personalia of the Germans at the Cape, IN: Archives Year book for South African History, (Cape Town, ): Greeff Family History.The colonial history of South Africa began with 9 employees of the VOC establishing themselves below the slopes of Table Mountain in It all started on 6 Aprilwhen the Dutch seafarer Jan van Riebeeck arrived in Table Bay with his three ships.of South Africa into "six qualitively distinct phases" which are: (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) s and (6) s up to the present.

These phases also describe the evolution of the capitalist mode of production in South Africa. In chapter five Magubane deals with the gold mining industry.