Coon Carnival: New Year in Cape Town : Past to Present
This edition has been created using digital cartography. The use of political colours on the maps helps to emphasize individual countries and place names rather than landforms, using distinctive colours to make identification easier.
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New Year in Cape Town in the 1990s
A Celebration of Life
Slavery and rainbow balls
The consolidation of a Creole culture
The emergence of the Cape Town Coon
Achmat African African-American Afrikaans American apartheid Athlone Atjas bands banjos became belong blackface Bo-Kaap boys Cape Argus Cape Malay Cape Town Capetonians celebrated Christmas Choirs Christy's Minstrels coach Coloured Carnival coloured community competitions concerts Coon Carnival Coon Carnival Board Coon troupes costumes creole culture dance District Six dressed Dutch Emancipation entertainment Eoan Group European feeling festivals free blacks gangs ghoema Grand Green Point Stadium Green Point Track Group Areas guitars Hartleyvale Indians Interview recorded Islam Jaar January jazz Jubilee Singers Khoikhoi leader lived Malay Choirs mask ment Minstrels Mitchell's Plain Moffie moppies musicians Muslim nagtroepe nederlandsliedjies nineteenth century orchestra organised original parades participate particular performed play Plessis political popular repertoire sang segregation Serenaders sing slavery slaves social soloist songs South Africa Stars sung tailor tion Town's trophies uniforms Wale Street Western Cape Year's Eve