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The Griqua Captaincy of Philippolis, 1826-1861 Karel Schoeman

The Griqua Captaincy of Philippolis, 1826-1861 Karel Schoeman

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In 1826 a group of emigrants from Griquatown under Adam Kok II was allowed to settle at the mission station of Philippolis in the Transgariep. This became the capital of a new Griqua Captaincy, which for several decades was an important factor in the politics of the Northern frontier and the cause of the British Government first becoming involved in the affairs of the area.
Publisher: Protea Book House
Published date: 2002
Page count: 308
Dimensions: Height:23.00 cm
Weight:500g
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