Cape coloured people 1652-1937. by Marais

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The Cape Coloured People Hardcover – January 1, by J.S. Marais (Author)Author: J.S. Marais. 2) The Cape Coloured Peoplepublished inxxi, clean pages, folded map, dust jacket has several small edge chips but still very good, red/orange cloth hard cover with.

The Cape Coloured People by Johannes Stephanus Marais (Author) ISBN Format: Hardcover. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marais, J.S. (Johannes Stephanus). Cape coloured people, Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University press, Get this from a library.

The Cape coloured people, [J S Marais]. The Cape coloured people, [J S Marais] -- "This book is, therefore, essentially a study of racial relations - of the relations between the Europeans and that group of non-Europeans with whom the former have been longest and most closely - I.

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Colored people (South Africa); Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - Race relations.; Colored people (South Africa) - History. The Cape coloured people, / J. Marais - Details - Trove. marized in J. Marais' The Cape Coloured People, They originate from four principal stocks, viz. slaves brought to the Cape in the early days.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marais, Johannes Stephanus. Cape coloured people Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University Press, MARAIS, J S []: " The Cape Coloured People, ", London, (Chapters on the Origin of Slaves and Emancipation of Slaves), London.

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16 J. Marais, The Cape Coloured People, – (Johannesburg, ; first published ), The Cape Coloured People - by J S Marais () J S Marais was the Professor of History at the University of the Witwatersrand. This book, printed by the Witwatersrand University Press at the height of the Apartheid era in South Africa, is an interesting study in racial relations between Europeans and non-Europeans in South Africa.

Coloureds (Afrikaans: Kleurlinge or Bruinmense) are a multiracial ethnic group native to Southern Africa who have ancestry from more than one of the various populations inhabiting the region, including Khoisan, Bantu, Afrikaner, Whites, Austronesian, East Asian or South e of the combination of ethnicities, different families and individuals within a family may have a variety of.

The Cape Coloured People, – (London, ), and Edwards, Isobel E., Towards Emancipation: a Study in South African Slavery (Cardiff, ); the events on the eastern frontier in the 's by Macmillan, W.

M., Bantu, Boer and Briton (London, ); the Great Trek by Walker, Eric A. THE CAPE COLOURED PEOPLE - COLLECTIBLE ETHNOLOGICAL AFRICANA in the Africana Books category for sale in Pretoria / Tshwane (ID).

The Cape Coloured People Official Report of the Social Survey Conference. Cape Town Race Relations duplicated memoranda. Coloured Advisory Council. Cape Coloured People's Welfare. The Legal Position of the Cape Coloured People. Present and Future of Coloured Political Franchise.

The History of the Cape Coloured Franchise. Council. The coloureds of Cape Town are no different in this sense. There are treasured things that most coloured citizens look fondly upon as token coloured childhood experiences. These are considered ‘coloured’ pastimes not only due to the people who participate in them but due to the names the activities are given and the nature of them, which is.

Buy The Cape Coloured People, by J S Marais online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Thanks to the extensive surveys of Köhler (), Westphal () and Winter (), we have detailed surveys of most of the Khoesan languages that are extinct or extant.

Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Cape Malays (Afrikaans: Kaapse Maleiers) are an ethnic group or community in South name is derived from the Cape of Good Hope and the Malay people originally from Malay archipelago, mostly from the Dutch East Indies colony (present-day Indonesia), a Dutch colony for several centuries, and Dutch Malacca, which the Dutch held from to The community's earliest members were.

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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Manufacturer: Witwatersand University Press. Known as the Cape-Coloured or simply The Coloured, they form a significant majority in the Western and Northern Cape of South Africa.

An Interesting Origin. The Khoi San people originally occupied the Cape. They are widely regarded as the first nation of South Africa. They were short and had yellow brown skin. The Social Structure of a Cape Coloured Reserve Cape Town 15 Brink C.F.

Mossop E.E. The Journals of Brink and Rhenius 66 Cape Town 16 Schultze L. Aus Namaland und Kalahari Jena 17 Fischer E. Die Rehobother Bastards und das Bastardierungsproblem beim Menschen Jena 18 McKusick V.A. Circulation 22 19 Pickering G.W.

This book has been cited by the following publications. The Cape Coloured people, –, Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, Matsetela, Shell, Robert C.-H., Children of bondage, a social history of the slave society at the Cape of Good Hope, –, Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press.

In the territory, now comprising the Republic of South Africa, The Cape Coloured People, – London, Google Scholar. Cullingvorsh’s Natal Almanac. Annual. (In Official Fear Book of the Union of South Africa) Administration of South-West Africa.

The Cape Coloured People, – Shades of Difference: Mac Maharaj and the Struggle for South Africa. London and New York: Viking PenguinDeveloping a Strategic Perspective for the Coloured.

Marais has written: 'The Cape coloured people, ' -- subject(s): Colored people (South Africa), History, Race relations Load More Trending Questions. The Cape Coloured People, – London, Google Scholar Town and Regional Planning Commission, Natal: The Tugela Basin (), Towards a Plan for the Tugela Basin (), The Population and Labour Resources of Natal ().

The Cape coloured people – London, Marks, S. and Rathbone, R. Industrialization and social change in South Africa: African class formation, culture and consciousness, – Abstract. The Union of South Africa is constituted under the South Africa Act, (9 Edw.

7, Ch. 9), passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom on 20 Sept., Under the terms of that Act the self-governing colonies of the Cape of Good Hope, Natal, the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony were united on 31 May,in a legislative union under one government under the name of the.

The Cape Coloured People by J. Marais is a history of the interaction between white settlers in the Cape and their encounters with the indigenous people, as well as the history of slavery during the founding of the colony and after.

Includes fold-out map in very good condition. Griqualand East (Afrikaans: Griekwaland-Oos), officially known as New Griqualand (Dutch: Nieuw Griqualand), was one of four short-lived Griqua states in Southern Africa from the early s until the late s and was located between the Umzimkulu and Kinira Rivers, south of the Sotho Kingdom.

Griqualand East's capital, Kokstad, was the final place of settlement for a people who had migrated. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. The Cape coloured people, Johannes Stephanus Marais Not In Library.

Trekking in South-Central Africa, Clement Martyn Doke. Colour and culture in South Africa; a study of the status of the Cape coloured people within the social structure of the Union of South Africa [] Patterson, Sheila, London, Routledge and Paul [].

Khoisan ancestry and Coloured identity: A study of the Korana Royal House under Chief Josiah Kats by Sharon Gabie Student Number V Cape and met incredible people along the way, sharing their life stories with me and inviting me into their homes.

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The only "type" of coloured people that might justify such a separate article is Cape Malay people - but simply because they often self-identify as being part of the Cape Malay community, largely due to religious affiliation rather than any perceived differences in ethnicity.The Cape Coloured People, Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Patterson, Sheila (). Colour and Culture in South Africa. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Van der Ross, R. E. (). Myths and Attitudes: An Inside Look at the Coloured People.

Cape Town: Tafelberg Publishers. Venter, Al J. (). Coloured: A Profile of.AND SO FORTH by Jose Burman. Illustrations by Jackson. Hard cover WITH d/w in plastic in good cond. 1 st Edition Human & Rousseau. FOR FULL DETAILS OF THIS BOOK AND ADDITIONAL PHOTOS PLEASE CONTACTTHE SELLER.

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