Cape coloured people, 1652-1937 by J. S. Marais

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  • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)

Subjects:

  • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Race relations.,
  • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- History.

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StatementJ.S. Marais.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT834 .M35
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 296 p. :
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6400626M
LC Control Number40008129
OCLC/WorldCa20845563

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Origin and history. The Cape Coloureds are a heterogeneous South African ethnic group, with diverse ancestral ry may include European colonizers, indigenous Khoisan and Xhosa people, and slaves imported from the Dutch East Indies (or a combination of all).

People from India and the islands within the Indian Ocean region were also taken to the Cape and sold into. Get this from a library. The Cape coloured people, [J S Marais].

The Cape coloured people, [J S Marais] -- "This book is, therefore, essentially a study of racial relations - of the relations between the Europeans and that group of non-Europeans with whom the former have been longest and most closely - I. Coloured people Cape coloured people have ethnic ancestry from Indonesia, mixed-race, and Khoisan ancestry.

The Apartheid government treated them as one people, 1652-1937 book their differences. 'Cape Muslims' were also classified as 'coloured.' They generally have Indonesian and black ancestry, as many Indonesian slaves had children with African partners.

Many Griqua Namibia:The coloureds of Cape Town are no different in this sense. There are treasured things that most coloured citizens look fondly upon as token coloured childhood experiences. These are considered ‘coloured’ pastimes not only due to the people who participate in them but due to the names the activities are given and the nature of them, which is.

The Cape Coloured People - by J S Marais () J S Marais was the Professor of History at the University of the Witwatersrand. This book, printed by the Witwatersrand University Press at the height of the Apartheid era in South Africa, is an interesting study in racial relations between Europeans and non-Europeans in South Africa.

The Cape Coloured People Official Report of the Social Survey Conference. Cape Town Race Relations duplicated memoranda.

Coloured Advisory Council. Cape Coloured People's Welfare. The Legal Position of the Cape Coloured People. Present and Future of Coloured Political Franchise. The History of the Cape Coloured Franchise.

Council. Known as the Cape-Coloured or simply The Coloured, they form a significant majority in the Western and Northern Cape of South Africa. An Interesting Origin. The Khoi San people originally occupied the Cape. They are widely regarded as the first nation of South Africa.

They were short and had yellow brown : Habeeb Kolade. Cambridge Core - African Studies - The Borders of Race in Colonial South Africa - by Robert Ross The Borders of Race in Colonial South Africa The Kat River Settlement, – Get access. Buy the print book The Cape Coloured People, – London, Longmans, Author: Robert Ross.

The son of Adam Kok II, he was born in Griqualand West. Kok III was educated at the Philippolis Mission School after his family and father's followers moved to the area after disputes with other groups. He was appointed as a member of the Griqua Council at a young age and would act as chief while his father was : 30 December (aged 64), Umzimkhulu, Natal.The Cape Coloured People, – (London, ), and Edwards, Isobel E., Towards Emancipation: a Study in South African Slavery (Cardiff, ); the events on the eastern frontier in the 's by Macmillan, W.

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– Marais, Johannes Stephanus “The Cape Coloured People, ”. Longmans London (reprint Witwatersrand University Press:, ) – Mc Carter, J. “The Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. With Notices of the Other Denominations.

An Historical Sketch”. with 2 lithograph plates, W & C Inglis, The Cape Coloured People Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, National Library of South Africa Cape Town (hereafter NLSA) First Annual Report of Author: Pawel Stempowski.

The Cape Coloured People, Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. Patterson, Sheila (). Colour and Culture in South Africa. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Van der Ross, R. Myths and Attitudes: An Inside Look at the Coloured People. Cape Town: Tafelberg Publishers. Venter, Al J. Coloured: A Profile of.

In the territory, now comprising the Republic of South Africa, The Cape Coloured People, – London, Google Scholar. Cullingvorsh’s Natal Almanac. Annual. (In Official Fear Book of the Union of South Africa) Administration of South-West Africa. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Language in South Africa. Edited by Rajend Mesthrie; Online ISBN: The Cape Coloured People – Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. Meinhof, C. This book has been cited by the following publications. The Cape Coloured people, –, Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, Matsetela, Shell, Robert C.-H., Children of bondage, a social history of the slave society at the Cape of Good Hope, –, Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press, Author: Charles H.

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Colour and culture in South Africa; a study of the status of the Cape coloured people within the social structure of the Union of South Africa [] Patterson, Sheila, London, Routledge and. Abstract. The Union of South Africa is constituted under the South Africa Act, (9 Edw. 7, Ch. 9), passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom on 20 Sept., Under the terms of that Act the self-governing colonies of the Cape of Good Hope, Natal, the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony were united on 31 May,in a legislative union under one government under Author: S.

Steinberg. Marais has written: 'The Cape coloured people, ' -- subject(s): Colored people (South Africa), History, Race relations Load More Trending Questions. The mixed-race people called Coloured, about 85% of them live in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa.

They are found in Namibia also. Some sources will also list the Griqua and other tribes of Coloureds separately. Griqualand East (Afrikaans: Griekwaland-Oos), officially known as New Griqualand (Dutch: Nieuw Griqualand), was one of four short-lived Griqua states in Southern Africa from the early s until the late s and was located between the Umzimkulu and Kinira Rivers, south of the Sotho Kingdom.

Griqualand East's capital, Kokstad, was the final place of settlement for a people Capital: Kokstad. The only "type" of coloured people that might justify such a separate article is Cape Malay people - but simply because they often self-identify as being part of the Cape Malay community, largely due to religious affiliation rather than any perceived differences in ethnicity.The Cape Coloured People, – Shades of Difference: Mac Maharaj and the Struggle for South Africa.

London and New York: Viking PenguinDeveloping a Strategic Perspective for the Coloured.Membership in Parliament is restricted to Whites under the South Africa Act ofand the same rule applies to the provincial councils and practically all municipal councils, except in the Cape Province where a few Coloured representatives have held elective office, and in Stanger, Natal, where an Indian has been elected to the town council.

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