Last edited by Mikaramar
Wednesday, May 6, 2020 | History

1 edition of Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa found in the catalog.

Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa

R. L. Watson

Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa

by R. L. Watson

  • 101 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emanacipation,
  • Race discrimination,
  • Slaves,
  • History,
  • HISTORY / Africa / General,
  • Slavery

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementR.L. Watson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT1394.C3 W38 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25139304M
    ISBN 109781107022003
    LC Control Number2011047823

    Thematic chapters present an in-depth survey of major slave rebellions throughout modern history, from all areas of the globe. Topics include the Maroons of Jamaica, Slave revolts in Sub Saharan Africa, major slave rebellions in Latin America and the Caribbean, and Apartheid and forced labor in the 20th : Aaisha Haykal. Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa examines the rural Cape Colony from the earliest days of Dutch colonial rule in the mid-seventeenth century to the outbreak of the South African War in For slaves and slave owners alike, incorporation into the British Empire at the beginning of the nineteenth century brought fruits.

    Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa examines the rural Cape Colony from the earliest days of Dutch colonial rule in the mid-seventeenth century to the outbreak of the South African War in For. Toward Emancipation in Nineteenth-Century Senegal and the Gold Coast By Trevor R. Getz. Victorian attitudes to race land language latter London Missionary Society Manchester March mission Missionary Society moral Moslem Mutiny nations native Negro nineteenth century North November opinion philanthropists planters political prejudice race racial Radical religion religious reported rule Saturday Review seen September slave.

      The Emancipationist Century regime took brutal shape in South Africa. on the Anglo-American world of the first half of the nineteenth century, . Most White adult males were small farmers rather than wealthy planters in the South. The majority of white families in the antebellum South owned no slaves, but a small minority of planters did own 20 or more slaves and dominated the antebellum South. Cost of slave labor rose sharply between and


Share this book
You might also like
SME marketing management within the branded food sector in Northern Ireland.

SME marketing management within the branded food sector in Northern Ireland.

The city and the pillar.

The city and the pillar.

Postlude

Postlude

CORE and the strategy of nonviolence.

CORE and the strategy of nonviolence.

California fish spears and harpoons

California fish spears and harpoons

Undeniable pleasures

Undeniable pleasures

Modern communication law

Modern communication law

Tripod alone

Tripod alone

Cncl

Cncl

The Mountain lute, or, The happy discovery

The Mountain lute, or, The happy discovery

Ebenezer

Ebenezer

age of democratic revolution

age of democratic revolution

Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa by R. L. Watson Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa (): Watson, R. L.: BooksCited by: Download Citation | Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa | This book examines the social transformation wrought by the abolition of.

Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa, Watson, Richard Lyness Watson: Author: R. Watson: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cambridge University Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

Get this from a library. Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa. [R L Watson] -- Examines the significance of the abolition of slavery in South Africa's Cape Colony in and the subsequent development of race relations.

Get this from a library. Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa. [R L Watson] -- "This book examines the social transformation wrought by the abolition of slavery in in South Africa's Cape Colony.

It pays particular. Read "Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa" by Professor R. Watson available from Rakuten Kobo. This book examines the social transformation wrought by the abolition of slavery in in South Africa's Cape Colony. Brand: Cambridge University Press.

Lee "Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa" por Professor R. Watson disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book examines the social transformation wrought by the abolition of slavery in in South Africa's Cape Colony.

Brand: Cambridge University Press. Slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth-century South Africa. Type Book Author(s) R. Watson Date Publisher Cambridge University Press Pub place Cambridge, New York ISBN ISBN University of South Wales | Prifysgol De Cymru Pontypridd, Cardiff.

PDF File: slave emancipation and racial attitudes in nineteenth century south africa librarydoc76 listed. Global Secure Online Book, Our library is the biggest of these that have literally hundreds of. Entdecken Sie "Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa" von R.

Watson und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. This book examines the social transformation wrought by the abolition of slavery in in South Africa's Cape Colony. It pays particular attention to the effects of socioeconomic and cultural changes in the way both freed slaves.

read this Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa, you can tells your family, friends and also soon about yours guide. Your knowledge can inspire the others, make them reading a guide. Travis Mahon: The guide with title Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa has lot of.

Cambridge U nive rsit y Pre ss - Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa R. Watson Frontmatter More information xi Acknowledgments This has been a very long project, work having begun in earnest in My considerable debt to other scholars should be apparent from the foot-File Size: KB.

Finally, the book examines the early development of South Africa's particular brand of racism, arguing that abolition, not slavery itself, was a causative factor; although racist attitudes were Author: Fiona Vernal.

With colonialism, which began in South Africa incame the Slavery and Forced Labour Model. This was the original model of colonialism brought by the Dutch inand subsequently exported from the Western Cape to the Afrikaner Republics of the Orange Free State and the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek.

The roots of European racism lie in the slave trade, colonialism – and Edward Long the modern relationship between Europe and Africa is merely the current chapter in an enormous book.

The British and French policies discussed in the last five chapters were celebrated by turn-of-the-century historians as the gradual unveiling of great philanthropic plans, of which the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade in the first decades of the nineteenth century had been the first major step.¹ If we were to judge solely from the tone.

A series of transformations, reforms, and attempted abolitions of slavery form a core narrative of nineteenth-century coastal West Africa.

As the region's role in Atlantic commercial networks underwent a gradual transition from principally that of slave exporter to producer of "legitimate goods" and dependent markets, institutions of slavery became battlegrounds in which Author: Trevor R.

Getz. This book provides a detailed narrative of the Kat River Settlement in the Eastern Cape of South Africa during the nineteenth century. The settlement was created by the British to use the Khoekhoe as a living barrier between the Cape Colony and the : Robert Ross.

- Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa R. Watson Excerpt More information 2 Introduction laborers, and they needed to be forced into that status.

This was at its heart a racist ideology. How did this happen. The development of ideas about race and society does not conform to some File Size: KB.

Watson (R.L.) SLAVE EMANCIPATION AND RACIAL ATTITUDES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY SOUTH AFRICA, pp., paperback, Cambridge, R examines the social and cultural changes brought about by the abolition of slavery in in the Cape Colony. R. L. Watson () Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth Century South Africa (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press); CrossRef Google Scholar T.

Keegan () Colonial South Africa and the Origins of the Racial Order (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press).Author: Fiona Vernal.Author: R.L. Watson Title: Slave Emancipation and Racial Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century South Africa Subtitle: Place: Cambridge Publisher: Cambridge University.The Ending of Atlantic Slavery Year / By Chris Evans.

a lecturer. British slave emancipation: the sugar colonies and the great experiment - Green, modernity in the nineteenth-century South and the Atlantic world - Anthony E. Kaye Article.