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Bibliographic Section, Program of Eastern African Studies, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University , Syracuse, N.Y
Botswana -- Bibliog
Statementcompiled by: Paulus Mohome [and] John B. Webster.
Series[Syracuse University] Program of East[ern] African Studies. Occasional bibliography, no. 5
ContributionsWebster, John B., Todd, M. Catherine,
LC ClassificationsZ3559 M64
The Physical Object
Pagination[6,58 leaves]
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17858721M

Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stevens, Pamela. Bibliography of Bechuanaland. [Cape Town] University of Cape Town, School of Librarianship, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Stevens. It is the best published source in existence of basic facts on contemporary Botswana and its history.

Additionally the authors provide a twenty-two page chronology (beginning in 77, BCE) of Botswana history and the best general bibliography on the country ( pages).

Munger, Edwin S.

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British Bechuanaland was a short-lived Crown colony of the United Kingdom that existed in southern Africa from its formation on 1 Sep until its annexation to the neighbouring Cape Colony on 16 Nov British Bechuanaland had an area of 51, square miles (, km 2) and a population of 84, Today the region forms part of South Africa.

Capital: Vryburg. The Bechuanaland Protectorate (/ bɛˈtʃwɑːnəˌlænd /) was a protectorate established on 31 Marchby the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Southern Africa.

It became the Republic of Botswana on 30 September 3 Commissioners. 5 Postage stamps. Gallery of postage stamps. Revenue stamps for British l: Mafeking (–), Gaborone ().

Archibald, Jane Eric The Works of Isaac Schapera: a Selective Bibliography Johannesburg: University of Witwatersrand, School of Librarianship, Brown, John Tom [& John Brown] Secwana Dictionary Vryburg: Tiger Kloof Book Room, 3rd edn [& Gaborone: Bechuanaland/Botswana Book Centre, reprints ] Carter, Gwendolyn Margaret.

Basutoland, The Bechuanaland Protectorate and Swaziland: History of Discussion with the Union of South Africa London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (British Parliamentary Papers/ ‘Blue Book’, Cmd. of Dec. ), reprinted pp [at request of South African government, omits material that might damage its.

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some of which are listed in the bibliography. Part I of this book is a summary of the events from the beginning of the nineteenth bibliography on Bechuanaland book, when authentic records are first available, that led to the Protectorate becoming a part of the British Empire.

Troubles in. Seretse Khama was born in Serowe, British Protectorate of Bechuanaland, on July 1, His grandfather Kgama III was paramount chief (Kgosi) of the Bama-Ngwato, part of the Tswana people of the III had traveled to London inleading a delegation which asked for Crown protection to be given to Bechuanaland, foiling the empire building ambitions of Cecil Rhodes Author: Alistair Boddy-Evans.

Books shelved as botswana: The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith, Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith, Morality for Bea.

Bibliography NTS [Department of Native Affairs] 81, /, “British Bechuanaland: Native Unrest”, NTS17/, “Mr Sol T Plaatje, ”.

NTS 1/44 Pt 2,“Minutes of meeting held at Court House, Mafeking, between Hon. the Minister of Native Affairs and Ratsili Barolong”. Transvaal Archives [TAB]: a. In his book ‘The Postage Stamps, Postal Stationery and Postmarks of the Bechuanalands’ Holmes states ”It seems likely that the stamps were printed from stereos made from the original type setting, and that these stereos were renewed as a fresh printing was required, as broken letters that appear on one sheet do not always occur on other.

Scientific results of the Vernay-Lang Kalahari Expedition. Larger mammals of Bechuanaland Protectorate. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 79, article 5. Hill, John Eric, Vernay-Lang Kalahari Expedition () Type.

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Book. Publication info. It eventually was annexed into Bechuanaland. From the time of the establishment of Bechuanaland up tothe territory was completely administered from outside, with the capital being in Vryburg (now a town in South Africa) at first, and then moving to what is now Mafikeng (35 kilometres from the Botswana-South Africa border).

Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Gun and camera in southern Africa; a year of wanderings in Bechuanaland, the Kalahari Desert, and the Lake River country, Ngamiland. The Bechuanaland Protectorate, [A Sillery] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : A Sillery. Bechuanaland: Webster's Timeline History, - [Icon Group International] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Webster's bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics. Collect Bechuanaland Postal History H.R.

Holmes in his book on Bechuanaland presented a new version of events by including Tati 21 AU 88 in it. According to Holmes, Lobengula had no knowledge of the Gubulawayo Bechuanaland datestamp.

and will. Bechuanaland Protectorate, The, has an area of aboutsquare miles, about that of British Columbia, and a population () ofonly 1, being whites.

It is bounded west and north by German Southwest Africa, north by Zambezi River and British Central Africa, east by Matabeleland and Transvaal and south by British Bechuanaland and Molopo River. A book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church together with the form and manner of making, ordaining and consecrating of bishops, priests and deacons; set forth by authority for use in the Church of the Province of South Africa London Oxford University Press First publ.

10th impression9th impression () says. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Bechuanaland (bĕchŏŏ-ä'nā́ or bĕk'ū-ă'na-lănd), is a native territory in South Africa annexed to Cape Colony in It conta square miles and a population (estimated for ) of 94, of whom 9, were whites.

It is traversed by the Cape-to-Cairo Railroad. Heartbreaking love story There is a remarkable story behind the film, which is based on Susan Williams’s book Colour e Khama, born in 3/5. Review: Raymond Kennedy, Bibliography of Indonesian Peoples and Cultures, 15 Far Eastern Survey Review: I.

Schapera, "Tribal Legislation Among the Tswana of the Bechuanaland Protectorate: A Study in the Mechan-ism of Cultural Change," 48 American Anthropologist Review: W. Lloyd Warner and Leo Srole, The Social Systems. This volume deals with the conquest and colonization of Zimbabwe and the establishment of Southern Rhodesia, from the beginnings of British involvement in Bechuanaland to the death of Cecil Rhodes.

Its emphasis is on the white invaders and its chief concern is white individuals, their motives, actions, and influence on events.

Botswana, country in the centre of Southern Africa. The territory is roughly triangular—approximately miles ( km) from north to south and miles from east to west—with its eastern side protruding into a sharp point. Its eastern and southern borders are marked by river courses and an old.

Bechuanaland was the name of Botswana before it gained independence in It was one of the poorest countries in Africa. Prior to independence it had suffered over five years of drought.

Read about the history of Bechuanaland by following this link: Bechuanaland Anthony Sillery was the Resident Commissioner of the Bechuanaland Protectorate from PDF | On Jan 1,Catrien van Waarden and others published The Prehistory and Archaeology of Botswana: an Annotated Bibliography (with list of dates).

Botswana Society Bibliography of : Catrien Van Waarden. Bechuanaland Protectorate Creator Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) Date University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library Collection University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library:.

A unique Tripartite Relationship: Bechuanaland, Great Britain, and South Africa. The BaTswana Military Experiences Before WWI. The African Auxillary Pioneer Corps: Mobilization and Responses in The Nature of AAPC Military Service. The AAPC in europe and Demobilization.

Conclusion. Select Bibliography. IndexAuthor: Deborah Schmitt. This book discusses and traces the history of educational development in Bechuanaland, a British Protectorate that attained independence in and became know as Botswana. P.T. Mgadla argues that both the missionaries and the colonial government under-developed educational development in : The oldest surviving collection of Kalanga narratives is that made by W.C.

Willoughby around or The manuscript of his “notes and records of the Bakalanga” was edited and printed in Kalanga: Retrospect and Prospect, ed.

Catrien van Waarden (). The largest collection of traditional Kalanga material is Nau dzabaKalanga: A History of the Kalanga (Pretoria: Univ. South Africa.THE CASE FOR BECHUANALAND INTRODUCTION Chief Tshekedi Khama, Regent of the Bamangwato, whose territory spreads over about l/3rd of thesquare mi es of Bechuanaland, was authorised by m*' other chiefs to approach the British G o 'ern m en t on behalf of their people to oppose the incorporation of the Mandated Territory of South-West File Size: 8MB.