2 edition of Material published after 1925 on the Great Trek until 1854. found in the catalog.
Material published after 1925 on the Great Trek until 1854.
|Series||University of Cape Town. School of Librarianship. Bibliographical series, Bibliographical series (University of Cape Town. School of Librarianship)|
|LC Classifications||Z3518 G75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Material published after on the Great Trek until Cape Town, University of Cape Town, School of Librarianship, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ilze Grivainis; University of Cape Town.
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The consequences of British colonisation of the Cape after (i.e. conflict with the Xhosa as a result of the Eastern border and the anglicizing policies, and the manner in which the British freed the slaves) fired the Afrikaners’ craving for independence and this led to the Great Trek () into the interior.
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