4 edition of Serpa Pinto amongst Boer and Brit: His travels through the Transvaal and Natal, 1879 found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. Serpa Pinto amongst Boer and Brit: his travels through the Transvaal and Natal, [O J O Ferreira]. An important contribution to the early history of the Transvaal Republic O.J.O.
Ferreira, Serpa Pinto amongst Boer and Brit: His Travels through the Transvaal and Natal, Tormentoso, Jeffrey's Bay, pp ISBN R The First Transvaal War of Independence () and the Anglo-Boer War. The First Transvaal War of Independence () and the Anglo Boer War () amazingly continue to ignite a steady stream of publications.
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Follow O. Ferreira and explore their bibliography from 's O. Ferreira Author Page. His claims to be a true Zulu and at the same time an Englishman bringing the civilising influence of a white man were often mutually Katz Stellenbosch University An important contribution to the early history of the Transvaal Republic O.J.O.
Ferreira, Serpa Pinto amongst Boer and Brit: His Travels through the Transvaal and Natal. As new. “The Portuguese explorer, Alexandre da Rocha de Serpa Pinto (), undertook a journey from Angola to Natal in On the way he met Boers and missionaries, and stayed for a while in Pretoria and Durban.
During his travels he made careful notes of his impressions and experiences in his travel-journal. Sabinet African Journals - reliable research that offers more than African journals, including the African Journal Archive. It is the most comprehensive, searchable collection of full-text African electronic journals available on one platform.
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