3 edition of The British settlement of Natal found in the catalog.
The British settlement of Natal
Alan F. Hattersley
|LC Classifications||DT868 .H28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 350 p.|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||51005946|
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Celebrations held in the main towns of Natal on the centenary of the first organised emigration from Great Britain inspired the writing of this book, first published in Ratings: 0.
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Excerpt from The Colony of Natal: An Account of the Characteristics and Capabilities of This British Dependency Essay first alluded to. John Robinson, of Durban, was the author of the second.
His Excellency, the lieutenant-governor, was ultimately pleased to request Dr. Mann. To prepare a kind of Guide Book to the resources and capabilities Author: Robert James Mann. British Settlers in Natal, By Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer.
Expert Research on the First Wave of British Immigration to Natal, South Africa. Score. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. British Settlers in Natal Vol.
7: A Biographical Register (Gadney-Guy) by Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this 4/5(1). British Settlers in Natal, Abbott-Ayres. Attempts to record details of those British men and women who settled in Natal betweenwhen the first party of hunter-traders arrived, and the end ofwhen a wave of immigration was about to begin.
There were eleven settlement schemes that brought British settlers to Natal in the s. The scheme that brought the largest number of settlers was J.C. Byrne & Co’s Natal Emigration and Colonization Company which, in basic terms, for a down payment of £10 offered a steerage passage to Natal.
As the civil war intensified, the British realised that this settlement was simply not workable. Cetshwayo, encouraged by Bishop Colenso and his daughter Harriette- who both visited him in Cape Town-petitioned the British government and was granted permission to visit England to put forward his case for the restoration of the Zulu monarchy.
Natal was granted internal self-government by the British in A railroad running from Durban to Pretoria in the Transvaal was completed inand in Natal joined the customs union of the South African states. British Settlers in Natal Vol.
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Alan F. Hattersley. “Truly places Fort Napier’s history within several broader contexts–the settlement of Natal, the response of the indigenous inhabitants, the relationships between ‘British’ and other settlers, the wider history of the British army in the period, and the novel involvement of women protesting against the British.
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The British settlement of Natal; a study in imperial migration. [Alan Frederick Hattersley] -- Social history of the settlement of Natal province, South Africa, by immigrants from the British Isles during the mids and s. Memorial. They are commemorated in Grahamstown by the Settlers National Monument, which opened in A living monument, it hosts plays, musical performances and cultural events, and is supported by the Settlers Association which was founded in by Sir Walter Stanford.
In Queering Colonial Natal, T.J. Tallie travels to colonial Natal—established by the British intoday South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province—to show how settler regimes “queered” indigenous practices. Tallie argues that the violent collisions between Africans, Indians, and Europeans in Natal shaped the conceptions of race and gender that bolstered each group’s claim to authority.
The book was finally published inaround the time of Magema Fuze’s death at the age of eighty-two. Revered as one of the first Zulu speaking modern academics, many of his papers are maintained by the University of ers: , The British Settlement of Natal, A Study in Imperial Migration (London, ), – 7 Natal Archives Depot (NAD), Pietermaritzburg, Natal (PMB) – Natal Blue Books (NBB), Report of the Trade Commission, –6 (PMB, ), evidence of Acutt, Cited by: Those disinclined to judge their book by its cover will be pleased to discover that the image adorning the latest volume in the Oxford History of the British Empire (OHBE) series bears little relation to its contents.
Showing the famous long bar at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore, it presents the imperial British in exemplary (if not stereotypical) terms.
The first permanent British settlement on the African continent was made at James Island in the Gambia River in Slave trading had begun earlier in Sierra Leone, but that region did not become a British possession until Britain acquired the Cape of. Proclaimed a British Colony of Natal init became a part of Cape Colony in The power of the volksraad did not truly end untilwhen an effective British administration was established under Martin West as lieutenant-governor.
He went on to become Natal's leading historian, authoring many books and papers on the history of the Province and South Africa. Among the 23 books he wrote were: More Annals of Natal, Later Annals of Natal, Portrait of a Colony, The Natalians, The British Settlement of Natal and The Illustrated Social History of South Africa.
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The British Settlement of Natal In Lieutenant James King Capt of the "Salisbury" together with Lt. Francis George Farewell both ex Royal Navy officers from the Napoleonic wars were engaged in trade between the Cape and Delagoa Bay.
have their origin in the second half of the nineteenth century in Natal. Queering Colonial Natal is significantly influenced by much of the his-toriographical work developed as part of the so-called “imperial turn” in the last two decades of British history.
These approaches emphasize Britain takes control of the Cape The arrival of the British at the Cape changed the lives of the people that were already living there. Initially British control was aimed to protect the trade route to the East, however, the British soon realised the potential to develop the Cape for their own needs.
Inthe British Empire invaded, beginning the Anglo-Zulu War. After an initial Zulu victory at the Battle of Isandlwana in January, the British Army regrouped and defeated the Zulus in July in the Battle of Ulundi. The area was absorbed into the Colony of Natal and Capital: kwaBulawayo; umGungundlovu; Ulundi.
The British proceeded to establish Port Natal (Durban); settlement began in InBoers entered the interior of what was to become Natal. After their leader Piet Retief and a number of his men had been massacred at the order of the Zulu chief Dingane, the Boers defeated the Zulu in the Battle of Blood River ().
Attempts to record details of those British men and women who settled in Natal betweenwhen the first party of hunter-traders arrived, and the end ofwhen. This collection of papers is part of the series Studies in Imperialism. The series aims to examine imperialism as more than a set of economic, political and military phenomena and explores the intellectual, cultural and technical aspects of imperialism in the era of European world supremacy.
The books seek to demonstrate that imperialism had profound effects on dominant as well as on. The EP Herald (Decemp 3) published a table with the statistics of this immigration scheme which saw people arriving at the Cape - about the same number as the much more famous settlement of Esmé Bull, Aided immigration from Britain to South Africa toHuman Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, A Zulu household, from an book called The Colony of Natal: An Official Illustrated Handbook and Railway Guide.
How the British Empire rewrote the rules for. NATAL A British settlement was founded in in what is now Durban (formerly D'Urban).
In Afrikaans speaking Voortrekkers established the Natalia Republic in this area. On 4 May the territory was proclaimed as the British Colony of Natal. In Zululand was annexed to Natal. War between the British and the Boers in Natal.
Pretorius defeated a British column under Capt. Smith in June By July, the Republic began to collapse, and by Maythe British had annexed Natal.Dec.
A treaty with Moshoeshoe, powerful leader of the Basuto, led to the recognition of Basutoland under British Size: KB. German and British missionary societies rapidly established a score or more. of mission stations in Natal and the Zulu Kingdom in the s and s.
4 The thrust of British settlement into south-east Africa had by the mid nineteenth century introduced a further new File Size: KB. Books and Publications The CBA has been dedicated to publishing the best in British archaeology for more than 60 years and we continue to make archaeological research widely available.
Many of our publications have been available to download through the Archaeological Data Service (ADS) but we have decided that we will temporarily make all of. A History of Newcastle – Natal – and District. This year () the borough of Newcastle will be years old. I present the following to commemorate the event.
I trust that anyone who would like to add relevant information to this short history, to contact me. Graham Leslie McCallum.
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Author Evans, Maurice S. (Maurice Smethurst),