Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Frank R. Cana.|
|LC Classifications||DT766 C3 1909|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cana, Frank Richardson, South Africa from the great trek to the union. New York, Negro Universities Press . Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cana, Frank Richardson, South Africa from the great trek to the union. London, Chapman & Hall, South Africa - History - Explore the Collection Our collection contains a wealth of material to help you research and find your connection with the wartime experiences of the brave men and women who served in Australia’s military forces. Great Trek, Afrikaans Groot Trek, the emigration of s to 14, Boers from Cape Colony in South Africa between and the early s, in rebellion against the policies of the British government and in search of fresh pasturelands. The Great Trek is regarded by Afrikaners as a central event of their 19th-century history and the origin of their nationhood.
The Great Trek was a landmark in an era of expansionism and bloodshed, of land seizure and labour coercion. Taking the form of a mass migration into the interior of southern Africa, this was a search by dissatisfied Dutch-speaking colonists for a promised land where they would be 'free and independent people' in a 'free and independent state'. The Great Trek in South Africa Long before the Great Trek in South Africa started, the "Trek Boers" had already moved into the area that would come to be known as the Free State, as early as the 17th and 18th centuries. At the start of the 19th century there were already different groups present in the area. The Gospel in South Africa #6: The Great Trek Febru The following is an excerpt from Dr Kevin Roy’s book “ Zion City RSA” with a few alterations, additions and subtractions by me to make it more suitable for the blogging format. Few present day historians believe the old assertion that the 'Great Trek' is the central event of South African history. This book puts an 's' on the phrase 'Great Trek' as a way of signaling its intention to deal with all the movements of people and their leaders which occurred in South Africa during the early nineteenth by:
"After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb." -- Nelson Mandela The end of Apartheid and the beginning of democracy in South Africa demands a new kind of history. For the first time accounts of the 'Great Trek' of the Boer farmers and the African nationalists' mfecane are brought together and clarifies the confusing and contentious debate on the mfecane. The Great Trek is the name given to the exodus of 12,–14, Boers from British Cape Colony. Frustrated by the colony’s Anglicization policies, restrictions on slave labour and population pressures intensified by drought and increasing inward migration, they chose to . Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. The Great Trek. Oliver Ransford. Cardinal, - History - pages. 1 Review. History / Africa / South / Republic of South Africa South Africa:4/5(1). The Afrikaner ideal of a republic. South Africa only became a Republic on the 31st May , but the formation of a Republic had been the dream of many Afrikaners since the nineteenth century, and was not something that was thought about only after National Party (NP) victory in In the s when some Afrikaners left the Cape on the Great Trek, their ideal was to create an Afrikaner republic.