British Immigration to South Africa, 1946-1970; The Relationship between the Orange Free State and the Rolong of Thaba 'Nchu during the Presidency of J. H. Brand, 1864-1888


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First paper was an MA thesis for the University of South Africa, 1977, the second an MA thesis for Rhodes University, 1979. Topics in first part include: immigration legislation; state-sponsored immigrants; migration between former British territories in Africa; immigration from other Commonwealth and English-speaking countries; integration and impact of the British immigrant. In second paper topics include: negotiations towards a treaty; the Sotho War; Thaba 'Nchu becomes an enclave; effects of denominational rivalry; the succession dispute and Brand's arbitration; civil war and annexation; the Moroka district. Appendices, bibliography, and index for each section.

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  • Publisher: The Government Printer
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1985
  • Place Published: Pretoria
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Near fine
  • Signed: Yes
  • Dust Jacket: No
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  • Details:
    Archives Year Book for South African History. Forty-Eighth Year - Vol. I. xii, 192, 192A-192F, [2], 195-323 p. 27 cm. Over 45 maps, diagrams, and tables. Green cloth hardcover. A few small marks on covers. Signed by Brownell on first title page.

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