From the South African past: narratives, documents, and debates

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Houghton Mifflin, 1997 - Education - 416 pages
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This volume presents primary source materials that illuminate the formation of the modern multiracial society of South Africa. Students will be enlightened by the "African Voices" that recur throughout the text, in the form of praise poems, trial testimonies, speeches, and manifestoes. Chronologies, maps, and lists of key terms and people enhance learning.

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Contents

Settlement and Contact in the Cape 16521857
1
Slavery in the Cape
34
The Emergence of the East Cape Frontier
49
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John Williams received a Ph.D. from Georgia State University. He is an associate professor of English at LaGrange College in Georgia. He lives in LaGrange with his wife Erin, son Martin, and daughter Ellie.

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