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Title The Kafirs Illustrated in a series of drawings: taken among the Amazulu, Amaponda and Amakosa Tribes also portraits of the Hottentot, Malay, Fingo and other races inhabiting Southern Africa
Author(s) French Angus, George
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1849
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference Cup.652.m.25
Region Africa
Names George French Angas
Places South Africa, Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope (image 14), Wynberg (image 17), Genadendal (images 28, 29, 30, 32), Natal (images 66, 71, 75, 77, 78, 79),
Topics Africa's Cape of Storms (image 8), Races inhabiting Southern Africa, Hottentots and Kafirs, Kaffirs (image 9), Tribes of Amokosa, Ametembu and Amaponda Kafirs (image 10), religion, Cape Town composed of Malay's or people of Malay extraction, the Mahommedan, Islam (image 11), burial customs, marriage, Malay funeral and Malay wedding party (image 12), Karel, the Hadji, the leading priest of the Malays of Cape Town (image 15), Wynberg, landscape, mountain ranges and deserts and climate, extremely salubrious (image 18), mixed race children (images 19, 26), Hottentot Holland and the village of the Somerset West (image 22), The Paarl, natural history, Erythrian or Coral Tree (image 23), Hottentot herd boy (image 26), Leveregt Aris, a pure Hottentot (image 27), Genadendal, A Moravian missionary settlement in South Africa, inhabitants and Christianity (image 30), Amakosa Kafirs, The Kafir war (image 33), Hostages to the British Government, dress, Costumes of the Amakosa, Amazulu and Amaponda (image 34), Amaponda Kafirs, costume differs from Zulu Women (image 35), Zulu's under Cheka, a very powerful nation, Lifakani, or those who hew down, Amazulu are the only tribe to possess a monarchy (image 37), Zulu festival in January, superstition, witches and wizard doctors, torture (image 38), landscape, the Quathlambas Mountains, Amazulu are a nation of warriors (image 39), Amazulu marriage costumes (image 40), Umpanda, the king of Amazulu, War and terror throughout the Amuzulu empire (image 41), Amuzulu's murdered and tortured other tribes (image 43), Panda reviewing his soldiers at Nonduendu (image 45), Utimuni, nephew of Chaka the late Zulu king, Utimuni's costume (image 46), Mathlapi's hunting dance in the Zulu Country (image 49), Costume, the plumed and kilted Zulu (image 50), Zulu Kraal with cattle and sheep (image 53), Appearance, aristocratic looking lads, in their visiting costume, Zulu names (image 54), Mouth of the Umvoti River, on the Indian ocean, Natal (image 57), Costume, young Zulu in his dancing dress, Zulu girls in dancing dress, festival, annual dance (image 58), Umfazi, married without child, Marriage ceremony (image 60), Soldiers of King Panda's army (image 61), indigenous housing, Kraal or village (image 64), The Umnontoti River (image 64), Zulu blacksmiths (image 67), Inanda Kraal, Natal, Zulu's sought protection from the whites (image 72), Zulu women making beer at Gudu's Kraal (image 73), Kafir Kraal, natural history, coral tree and elephants (image 76), Port Natal Dutch settlers (image 77), Umvoti mission station, Natal, landscape, grassy plain (image 79), the present mission house (image 80), natural history, the new antelope from St Lucia, Tragelaphus Angasii (image 82), New and remarkable species of Lepidoptera (image 83)