2 edition of annals of Natal, 1495-1845 found in the catalog.
annals of Natal, 1495-1845
Reprint of the 1888 edition
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The complete volume 11 () of the historical journal Natalia published annually by The Natal Society Foundation, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V. Oude Hoogstraat , CE Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel:(31) 20 11 91, Fax: (31) 20 28 09 Email: [email protected]
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The annals of Natal. to by Bird, John, b. ; Natal society, Pietermaritzburg, pub. annals of Natal Publication date Topics KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) -- History Sources Publisher Pietermaritzburg: P. Davis & sons Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries LanguagePages: The annals of Natal.
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By William Wood, Interpreter to Dingaan, Cape Town: Published by Collard & Co., 24, Heerengracht. THE ANNALS OF NATAL VOLUMES 1 AND 2. Facsimile reprint of the Maskew Miller Edition. This Edition Limited to copies, of which this is No. Originally published by Davis, Pietermaritzburg, Published: C.
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Standard and definitive edition and reference work. Volume I- xiv plus with pages text. Volume II- Covers from xv plus pages text. KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) works Search for Read. Records of Natal Not In Library. The annals of Natal, Bird, John Not In Library.
The learning spirit Ana K. Gobledale Not In Library James, 2 books John Centlivres Chase, 2 books J. Van der Walt, 2 books Edgar Harry Brookes, 2 books W. Coetzee, 1 book R. Dingane: A Reappraisal - Volume 10 Issue 2 - Felix N. Okoye. 1 For example, Becker, Peter, Rule of Fear: The Life and Times of Dingane, King of the Zulu (London: Longmans, Green and Co., ), a most disappointing biography of least one can say against Becker is that he seemed more anxious to impress the reader with his smattering of the Zulu language than with Cited by: 7.
10 Bird, J. (ed.), The Annals of Natal –, I (Pietermaritzburg, ),–1. African produce was already playing a key role in the colonial economy at this time.
For its importance to the trekkers and others in Pietermaritzburg see Bird, Annals, II, – by: The Annals of Natal, Vol. I: – (Cape Town: C. Struik, ),– Access to the complete content on Oxford First Source requires a subscription or purchase. The annals of Natal, ; Blue book for the colony of Natal; A guide to the official records of the colony of Natal; Explore.
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Cape Town: the University, School of Librarianship, 20p. Includes a small section on missions. BIRD, J. The annals of Natal, Pietermaritzburg: Davis, 2v.
A compilation of documents which includes material by and about early missionaries in Natal. BROWNLEE, M. The lives and work of South African mis. 9 John Bird THE ANNALS OF NATAL Volumes 1 and 2 Vol x x 63 Vol x x 43 Antiquarian Auctions John Bird THE ANNALS OF NATAL Volumes 1 and 2 Vol x x 63 Vol x x 43 mm Facsimile reprint of the Maskew Miller editi.
In the following pages the various sections of the British Empire outside the United Kingdom are arranged in alphabetical order under the divisions of the world to which they belong:—1.
Statistical Year Book of the Union of South Africa. Annual (First Issue, ). Bird (John), The Annals of Natal, – Pietermaritzburg, Author: M.
Epstein. Victorian Certainty and Zulu Doubt. A Study in Christian Missionary Hermeneutics from Shaka to Colenso. The Pentateuch and the Book of Joshua Critically Examined, 4 vols (London, –) vol.
I, Nathaniel Isaacs, quoted in J. Bird, The Annals of Natal, – Author: Martin Jarrett-Kerr. Bird, Annals of Natal,(2 vols., Maritzburg, ); C.
de Mello, Os Inglezes na Africa austral (Lisbon, ); E. 0 The lagoon of Aveiro, the estuary of the Sado and the broad inland lake formed by the Tagus above Lisbon, recall the waterways of Holland. The History of the Borough of High Wycombe: From its Origins to& from # £ The Religious Orders in England, Volume I,and The Monastic Order in # DAVIES, O.
Excavation at the walled early Iron Age site in Moor Park near Estcourt, Natal. Annals of the Natal Museum 22(1) DAVIS, A.J. Hamitic hypothesis in retreat. Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria DAVIS, S. A coin of Pisa. The South African Archaeological Bulletin DAVISON, P. The book follows the changing nature of the African nationalist movement over these years, focusing on the central roles Mandela and Oliver Tambo have played in the African National Congress and the ANC's success in overcoming government opposition and persecution to reemerge as the recognized voice of the anti-apartheid movement.
Bird, Annals of Natal,(2 vols., Maritzburg, ); C. de Mello, Os Inglezes na Africa austral (Lisbon, ); E. 0 Latino Coelho, Historia de Portugal desde os fins do XVIII.
KwaZulu-Natal, the open space was 90m across (Whitelaw ), and at Ndo ndondwane this open space was 60–m (Greenﬁeld and van Schalkwyk ). The function of the. Oxford First Source Publications Pages Publications Pages Help.
Bird, John (editor) Annals of Natal – 2 volumes Cape Town  T. Maskew Miller ——— another edition 2 volumes Pietermaritzburg P.
Davis & Sons Bird, William Wilberforce State of the Cape of Good Hope, in [written anonymously] London Chapter 5 in the series WHO STOLE THE LAND. — Our attention now moves to the interior to assess the border between the Western World and the abaThembu. We shall also describe the background and lead-up to the Great Trek.
Byboth the author's ancestral Labuschange family and his wife's ancestral Jordaan family were. Two volumes. It is VERY RARE to come across BOTH volumes of this novel by the Boer spy, nationalist and health controversialist, Johanna Brandt (she used Marcus Romondt as a pen-name).
The boards of both books have handling marks and wear all about. They are scuffed and benign. They are also secure and comfortable. The papertrims are flushed with foxing. In volume I the early and later pages. Bhengu was born in southern Natal and throughout his career remained an entirely self-taught artist.
The book celebrates the family life and traditions of the Zulu people. 61 Bornman, Hans [comp.]. BARBERTON photo history = fotogeskeidenis; compiled by Staff of the Barberton Museum and Hans Bornman.
This book demonstrates the magnitude of the task undertaken. The Foreshore plan altered the face of Cape Town forever and allowed the city to expand.
Sixty years later, it is interesting to compare the end result with the suggested proposals. THE ANNALS OF NATAL, ; by the late Mr John Bird, of the Natal Civil Service. [New ed. NOTES ABOUT NATAL.
NATAL, a maritime province of the Union of South Africa, situated nearly between. 27° and 31° S., 29° and 33° is bounded S.E. by the Indian Ocean, S.W. by the Cape province and Basutoland, N.W. by the Orange Free State province, N. and N.E. by the Transvaal and Portuguese East Africa. Bird, Annals of Natal,(2 vols., Maritzburg, ); C.
de Mello, Os Inglezes na Africa austral (Lisbon, ); E. Numerous geological memoirs have appeared in the Rep. Austral. Contributions on the palaeontology of New South Wales are contained in the Rec.
Austral. John Bird has written: 'The annals of Natal, ' -- subject(s): Sources, History Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author John Wrigley written.
The Annals of Natal: – 2 vols. Cape Town: Struik, vol. 1: – 52 Bird, Annals of Natal, vol. 1: 53 Hamilton, Terrific Majesty: 54 R E Shepstone. The Role of the Family in the History of South Africa, – Cape Town: A A Balkema: – Gordon’s reference for the story is.
THE ANNALS OF NATAL -2 VOLS. Book has a Proclamation of Governor Benjamin D’Urban and transcription in blue ink of the case Brink versus Cloete and two others and The Executors.A fascinating study of the Natal provence of South Africa from to Compiled and Edited by Alan F.
Hattersley, a former Professor of History at Natal University College. The book survey'sBritish expansion in Natal, the settlement of the country, the development of self-government and relations of Natal with neighbouring terretories.Bird (J.) THE ANNALS OF NATAL2 vols, + pp., half green calf, green cloth, dec.
gilt back with brown title labels, marbled edges & endpapers, corners a little worn, Pietermaritzburg,