TitleBlack mountainAuthorMurray, ColinPublishedWitwatersrand University Press -0001
Status:Check Shelves Subjectland, class and power in the Eastern Orange Free State 1880s-1980sMediaBookISBN1 86814 211 6Call Number968.504 MURDescription
This book includes: a map of the southern highveld in the early 1880s (p.14); diagram of Moroka genealogy (p.22); diagram and table of the Gregorowski land dispositions of Thaba Nchu in 1885 (p.38-39); a table of farms granted to whites (p.41); a table of farms granted to Africans (p.42-43); a map of the African reserves and Barolong Farm in 1913 in Thaba Nchu (p.96); a diagram of Setlogelo genealogy (p.105); a diagram of the disintegration of the Setlogelo family estate between 1911 and 1938 (p.111); a diagram of the released areas, 1936 and revisions, 1938 of Thaba Nchu (p.130); a diagram of the land bought by the South African Native Trust in the late 1930s and late 1940s in Thaba Nchu (p.160); a diagram of the genealogy of the Barolong elite (p.190); Charles Bell: Thaba Nchu, 1834 (p.204); James Backhouse: Thaba Nchu, 1839, (p.204); photograph of Newberry Mill on the Leeuw River (p.204); map of the southern highveld depicting Bophuthatswana in the early 1980s, (p.205); map of the Thaba Nchu district, Bophuthatswana in the early 1980s, showing African freehold land at independence, 1977 (p.208); map of the residential sections of Botshabelo, 1987 (p.238); genealogy of Makgothi/Masisi (p.252); a diagram of the Thaba Patchoa farm; a diagram of Ngoanyana farm before and after the South African War; a map showing Daniel McPherson's estate, 1951 (p.269); and genealogy of McPherson (p.270).
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Charles|Backhouse Seetsele Modiri|Plaatje Solomon Tshekiso|South African War