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The British Era
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Sources, Further Reading & Bibliography
The William Fehr Collection, Cape Town Castle

The Cape Archives

The SA Museum, Cape Town


Publications

Pakenham, T. The Scramble for Africa (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 1997)

Ross, R. A Concise History of South Africa Pgs 35 - 83 (CUP, Cambridge, 1999)

Thompson, L. A History of South Africa chapter 3,4 (Yale, New Haven, 1995)

Burman, J. The Bay of Storms chapters 11-17 (Human & Rosseau, Cape Town, 1976)

Worden, N. et al Cape Town - the Making of a City chapters 3,4,5 (David Philip, Cape Town, 1998)

Worden, N. The Making of Modern South Africa 2nd Ed. Chapter 2 (Blackwell, Oxford, 1995)

Bickford Smith V, E. van Heyningham and N. Worden Cape Town in the Twentieth Century: An Illustrated Social History (David Philip, Cape Town, 1999)


MacArthur, B Historic Speeches Pg 134 - 146 (Penguin, London, 1995)

Saunders et al Illustrated History of South Africa: The Real Story (Readers Digest, New York, 1988)

Travel Guides - Footprints; Lonely Planet; Baedeker's






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In this period of Cape History:

Overview

Occupation

Reform Movement

Afrikaner Reaction

A City Develops

Imperial Capital

The Rise of Prejudice

Boom Years

The End of British Rule

Conclusion

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