Old Cape Hottentot Male. The early cape hottentots
Old Cape Hottentot Male. The early cape hottentots. described in the writings of. OLFERT DAPPER (1668). The Van Riebeeck Society, Cape Town, 1933. nasionalb pers, beperk, kaapstad. Secretary of the Van Riebeeck Society, for invaluable assistance and advice throughout the preparation of this work; to Miss M. Railing and Mr. A. C- G. Lloyd, of the South African Public Library, for helping to read the proofs; and to Dr. L. Gill, of the South African Museum, for permission to use the photograph of the old Hottentot male which forms the. frontispiece.
June, Van Riebeeck appointed commander of the Cape. Willem Muller, a corporal, accompanied by the interpreter, Autsumao (Herry), is sent by Van Riebeeck to explore the Hottentots Holland region and to barter livestock
June, Van Riebeeck appointed commander of the Cape. Willem Muller, a corporal, accompanied by the interpreter, Autsumao (Herry), is sent by Van Riebeeck to explore the Hottentots Holland region and to barter livestock. He returns with thirteen cattle for the Company and a fair number of cattle and sheep for himself.
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Schapera (e. : The early Cape Hottentots. Described in the writings of Olfert Dapper (1668), Willem ten Rhyne (1686) and Johannes Gulielmus de Grevenbrock (1695). The Van Riebeeck Society, Cape Town 1933, (Van Riebeeck Society Publications 14), (Reprint: Negro Universities Press, Westport CT 1970, ISBN 0-8371-3787-X).
The original texts, with translations into English by I. Schapera, . and B. Farrington, . Cape Town: the Van Riebeeck Society. Price to members, 7s. 6d. Pp. vi + xx + 309 + x. E. W. Smith. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 21 August 2012.
The early Cape Hottentots.
A Geographical and topographical description of the Cape of Good Hope . Instruksies voor den Commandeur Simon van der Stel en den Raad. door H A van Reede (16 Juli 1685).
In I. Schapera (trans. and e., The Early Cape Hottentots, Van Riebeeck Society Publications, no. 14, 1-77. Oost-Indisch praetjen " (pamphlet, 1663)). A Geographical and topographical description of the Cape of Good Hope, Part Two. Van Riebeeck Society Publications, n. 6. Cape Town. Oost-Indiische Spiegel.
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