The Borders of Race in Colonial South Africa

The Borders of Race in Colonial South Africa

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This is the detailed narrative of the Kat River Settlement, which was located on the border between the Cape Colony and the amaXhosa in the Eastern Cape of South Africa during the nineteenth century. The settlement created a fertile landscape in the valley and developed a political theology of great political and racial importance to the evolution of the Cape and of South Africa as a whole.... rations provided by the Government prevented a total disaster.98 The necessarily insanitary conditions of the camp took its toll. ... These soldiers received a certain remuneration for their services, and thus Armstrong had no compunction in impressing ... 96 Clark to Foreign Secretary, LMS, 30.9.1835, LMS SA 14/4/E. 97 Rogers to Jarvis, 2.6.1835 and Armstrong to Jarvis, 3.6.1835, both in CA LG 49.

Title:The Borders of Race in Colonial South Africa
Author: Robert Ross
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2013-11-25

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