The Calling of Katie Makanya

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New Africa Books, 1995 - Women, Black - 252 pages
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Margaret has written Katie's oral testimony as an engaging and moving biography that spans the late nineteenth century into the apartheid years. We read of Katie's travels to England, her presentation to Queen Victoria; and her return to South Africa.
 

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The calling of Katie Makanya: a memoir of South Africa

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Born in the latter part of the 19th century, Makanya lived a remarkable life. In her mid-teens, she and her elder sister (destined to be the first South African black women to attain B.A.s) spent two ... Read full review

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Durban 1954
3
Port Elizabeth 18851889
18
London 1891
32
England 18921893
48
Kimberley 18931894
59
Soekmekaar 18931894
73
Johannesburg 18941895
93
Johannesburg 18951897
109
Soekmekaar Johannesburg 18971899
128
Durban 1954
141
Durban 19041906 767
167
Durban 19041909 797
191
Johannesburg 19091910
201
Durban 19171930
210
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