The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Volume 1

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Eric Anderson Walker
CUP Archive, 1963 - Canada - 17 pages
 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
South African Rivers
7
The Karoo and the Kalahari
15
Tribal Divisions of the Bushmen
23
Tribal Divisions
29
Tribal Divisions
35
Tribal Organisation
41
Government and
47
Effects of the Diamond Discoveries
451
The Earl of Carnarvon and Confederation
457
War against Sekukuni
463
The GaikaGaleka War
469
Outbreak of the Zulu War
475
Agitation in the Transvaal
481
CHAPTER XIX
487
Fall of the Scanlen Government
495

Difficulties of Ancient Exploration
53
The Problem of the Nile
59
Ptolemys Geography
65
Arab Settlements in East Africa
71
CHAPTER IV
77
Results of the Voyage of Dias
83
African Policy of King Manoel
89
Penetration of Congo and Angola
95
Extent of Portuguese Dominion
101
The Dutch and the Portuguese Monopoly
107
Report of Janszoon and Proot at the Cape
113
Early Days of the Settlement
119
State of the Colony in 1662
125
Special Commission of Enquiry
131
Evolution of the Trekboer
135
The Burghers Memorial
141
EighteenthCentury Governors
147
Immigration
155
Kaffir troubles on the Eastern Frontier
161
CHAPTER VII
167
Attack upon Cape Town 1795
173
Macartneys Commission and Instructions
179
Kaffir Rising
185
CHBE V
193
The Cape and South America
197
Caledon and the Frontier
203
Cradock and the Law Courts
209
Imperial Defence and the Economy Campaign
217
Origins of the Albany Settlement
223
CHAPTER IX
234
The Turn of the Tide
241
Control of the Senate
246
The Commission of Enquiry
247
The Advisory Council
253
Control of Finance
258
Colonists versus AntiColonials
259
CHAPTER XI
262
A Slave Code 183031
269
Numbers of Bushmen and Hottentots
277
The Missionary Societies
283
Philips Researches in South Africa
289
CHAPTER XIII
295
The Chaka Wars
301
Effects of LandHunger
307
CHAPTER XVI
308
The Stockenstrom Treaties
315
The Cape Frontiersman
319
THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION IN SOUTH AFRICAN
320
Piet Retief and the Zulus
325
End of the Natal Republic
331
Sir Harry Smith and the Natalians
339
The Warden Line
345
CHAPTER XV
359
Educational Progress
365
Constitutional Deadlock 1850
373
Representative Government in Action
379
Constitutional Aspects of the Great Trek
385
Results of the Sand River and Bloemfontein Conventions 18524
393
The Native Policy of the South African Republic
399
The Basuto War 1858
405
CHAPTER XVII
429
Disputes over the Possession of the Diamond Diggings
435
The Need for Federation
443
Krugers Policy of Isolation
501
CHAPTER XX
507
Sir Hercules Robinson as High Commissioner
513
British Annexation of Pondoland
519
Rhodess Attempts to Purchase Delagoa
525
Concessionhunters in Matabeleland
531
The Matabele
537
Development of Native Policy
545
Indians in the Transvaal
551
Conspiracy on the Rand
557
c THE RESULTS OF THE RAID
565
President Kruger arrests the Reform Leaders
569
Sir Alfred Milner appointed High Commissioner
579
Afrikanders versus Hollanders
585
The Uitlander Petition
591
Chamberlains Qualified Acceptance
597
The Second Phase of the War
605
The Treaty of Vereeniging
611
Milner and the Problem of Reconstruction
617
The Indian Problem
625
The Selborne Memorandum
631
The Provinces
636
The Language Question
637
CHAPTER XXIV
641
Union Finance
647
Industrial Unrest
653
6 RHODESIA
662
The End of Company Rule
669
CHAPTER XXV
676
Constitutional Conflicts in the Provinces
684
CHAPTER XXVI
694
Surrender of the last of the Rebels
701
Agricultural Settlement
707
Occupation of Lüderitzbucht
713
Plans for the Campaign in SouthWest Africa
719
The British gain the Initiative
725
War Measures in the Union
731
CHAPTER XXVIII
734
CHAPTER XXIX
759
Road Building
765
Distribution of Population
771
Finance of the Diamond Industry
777
Organisation of the Goldmining Industry
783
Effects of Railway Building
789
The Imperial Government and the Project of Union
790
The Union and Railway Rates
795
Civilised Labour and Poor Whites
803
The Natives in Natal
815
CHAPTER XXXI
829
The Charters of Justice
835
The Law of Persons
841
Influence of Scottish Ministers
847
Social Conditions
853
Rivalry of Afrikaans and High Dutch
859
Afrikaans Literature
865
BIBLIOGRAPHY
875
B IN SOUTH AFRICA by A C G LLOYD M A Librarian of the South
908
OTHER WORKS
914
INDEX
931
Rainfall and Temperature
967
378
975
383
981
385
990

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