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The Record: Or, a Series of Official Papers Relative to the Condition and Treatment of the Native Tribes of South Africa

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Title: The Record: Or, a Series of Official Papers ...

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Paperback. 634 pages. Dimensions: 11.7in. x 8.3in. x 1.6in.Originally published in 1838, this text draws upon official documents such as council resolutions and official journals, as well as statistics and local peoples oral accounts, in order to explore the history of the treatment of the indigenous population of South Africa between 1649 and 1819. It was compiled, edited and translated by Scottish colonial official Donald Moodie (1794-1861), a liberal-minded British Colonist, who had emigrated to South Africa in 1820, originally as a farmer, and rose to the position of magistrate, and later Protector of the Slaves. He was often critical of colonists behaviour towards the indigenous tribes; he conducted interviews with the local populace during his investigations, earning himself the title of South Africas pioneer oral historian. This reissue includes only Parts 1, 3 and 5 of Moodies investigation, as Parts 2 and 4 were never published. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781108032643

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Synopsis: Originally published in 1838, this text draws upon official documents such as council resolutions and official journals, as well as statistics and local people's oral accounts, in order to explore the history of the treatment of the indigenous population of South Africa between 1649 and 1819. It was compiled, edited and translated by Scottish colonial official Donald Moodie (1794?1861), a 'liberal-minded British Colonist', who had emigrated to South Africa in 1820, originally as a farmer, and rose to the position of magistrate, and later 'Protector of the Slaves'. He was often critical of colonists' behaviour towards the indigenous tribes; he conducted interviews with the local populace during his investigations, earning himself the title of 'South Africa's pioneer oral historian'. This reissue includes only Parts 1, 3 and 5 of Moodie's investigation, as Parts 2 and 4 were never published.

Book Description: Originally published in 1838, this text draws on both official and anecdotal sources to explore the treatment of local tribes in colonial South Africa during both the Dutch and British periods of supremacy. It contains parts 1, 3 and 5 of Moodie's investigation; parts 2 and 4 were never published.

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