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The Colonial-Born and Settlers' Indian Association and Natal Indian politics, 1933-1939.
This thesis seeks to examine Indian political development in South Africa during the period 1933-1939, with specific reference to the emergence of the Colonial-Born and Settlers' Indian Association and its influence on ...
Ideal, reality and opposition : white women in Durban, 1900- 1920.
In 1900 Durban's white' society closely resembled its British counterpart. As in Britain an ideal of womanhood encompassed various generalisations concerning woman's true nature and purpose. Women were upheld as pure, ...
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies and politics, 1930-1978.
The pivot around which the controversy over the Board's political policy revolved was the question whether a collective Jewish attitude towards the government's racial policies should be formulated, or whether this was the ...
Henry Francis Fynn and the Fynn community in Natal, 1824-1988.
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Mariannhill Mission and African education, 1882-1915.
In 1880 a group of 31 Trappist monks arrived in South Africa for the first time. Two years later they founded the now famous Mariannhill mission in the vicinity of Pinetown, west of Durban. The purpose of this thesis ...
The impact of the white settlers on the natural environment of Natal, 1845-1870.
As no other study of settler impact on the Natal environment exists for the early colonial period, this thesis is a pioneering work. It aims to document the changes white settlers made to the natural environment of Natal ...
A laboratory of change : a critical study of the Durban Medical School and its community health experiment, 1930-1960.
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From mission school to Bantu education : a history of Adams College.
In 1835 the first American Board missionaries arrived in South Africa and a mission station was built at Amanzimtoti. Adams College, then known as Amanzimtoti Institute was established in 1853 by the American Board with ...
Natal's "Native" education, 1917-1953 : education for segregation.
The Natal Education Department's "Native" education system which functioned from 1910 to 1953 has often been termed a good example of "liberal" education for Africans. However an investigation into the administrative ...
White farmers, social institutions and settler masculinity in the Natal Midlands, 1880-1920.
The midlands was the first area occupied and farmed by white settlers. It became the agricultural heartland of colonial Natal. Its farmers became politically and economically powerful. Their success rested on the construction ...