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Title Researches in South Africa Volume 1: Illustrating the Civil, Moral, and Religious Condition of the Native Tribes: including journals of the author's travels in the interior, together with detailed accounts of the progress of the Christian missions, exhibiting the influence of Christianity in promoting civilization
Author(s) Rev. Philip, John
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1828
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher James Duncan
Library British Library
Reference 1047 I 4
Region Africa, South Asia
Names John Philip, Johannes Sterreberg Kupt (pp18-35), Dr Vanderkemp (pp63-79, 87-104, 108-140, 198), Francis Dundas (pp76-77, 87-88, 118-119, 172), John Campbell (pp237-252)
Places South Africa, Cape of Good Hope, South Asia, India (p277)
Topics religion, missionary papers, missionary work, missionaries, London Missionary Society, contents, Hottentots, Portuguese empire (p3), Dutch empire (pp3-4, 16-55, 59, 82, 87, 357), colonial conflict (pp3, 37-38, 42, 47, 51-52, 83-85), war between Boers and Hottentots (pp82-86), indigenous people, dress (pp210-211, 222), shops (p223), marriage (p224), Bushmen (pp7, 42-51), Namaquas (p7), Kaffir, Caffre, Caffers (pp37-38, 66, 256), crime and punishment (p6), indigenous religion (p8), dance (p11), language (p15), Dutch East India Company (pp16-35, 60, 358), Journal of Landdrost Johannes Sterreberg Kupt (pp19-35), Boers (pp43-46, 53, 59, 70, 82-86), Journal of Van Jaarsfeld (pp44-46), race (pp85, 234), Peace of Amiens (p87), education (pp110-111, 216), slavery (p141), Colonial Proclamation 1809 (pp142-174), Colonial Proclamation 1812 (pp175-189), taxation (pp189-197, 336-344), emigration (p260), difference in land rights in India and South Africa (p277), colonial government criticism of missionary work (p296), colonial government, law, legal rights (pp360-403)