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|Title||Native Labour in South Africa: a report of a public meeting jointly convened by the Aborigines Protection Society and the British and Foreign Anti-slavery society, which was held at Caxton Hall, Westminster|
|Section||Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007|
|Date||29 Apr 1903|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||P. S. King & Son|
|Topics||slavery (pp15, 38, 55), race (pp7, 17, 19), forced labour, "aborigines protection society" (p5), "the capitalists' requirements" (p7), "the natives' rights" (p13), "polygamy and women's labour" (p21), "the compound systems" (p25), "the glen grey act precedent" (p33), "imported labour" (p39), "treatment of the natives" (pp7-8, 27), wages (pp9, 20), polygamy (pp9, 21, 23), taxes (pp9, 34-36), "the natives' land rights" (p14), Boers (pp14, 17), "uncivilised natives" (p17), "native women's work" (p23), diamond mines (p28), health and disease (p32), death (p32), "land hunger and cheap labour" (p50)|