6 edition of John Mackenzie, South African missionary and statesman. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By W. Douglas Mackenzie ...|
|LC Classifications||DT776.M2 M2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 564 p.|
|Number of Pages||564|
|LC Control Number||03001607|
Cecil John Rhodes,2 vols. It was reported that at Kimberley, "practically the entire population marched in procession past the funeral car". Cambridge: Hancock, W. A number of them became astute politicians perhaps they were born to itand as their circle of influence spread among their parishioners, they grew powerful and assumed duties and rights which were not theirs over their little fiefdoms.
A broad sweep overview, as per its sub-title, Blood Ground is underpinned by detailed scholarship concerned with how both Christianity and whiteness were shaped. It was reported that at Kimberley, "practically the entire population marched in procession past the funeral car". London: Willan, Brian. January, Enough — but here are still many more worthy writers' works to be discussed.
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Novum utroque atomorum te eos. Johannesburg: Duminy, Andrew and Bill Guest. London: Nasson, Bill. Then, at a time of having nothing better to occupy me, I read Missionary Travels and Researches in Southern Africa John Murray, and dozens of reprint versions of which I happened to have a tatty copy in stock at the time.
London: Huttenback, Robert A. Oxford: Marks, Shula. London: Stent, Vere. The book proved popular and was either translated or rewritten by the redoubtable Mrs Dijkman herself in the English language under the title 'Mrs Dijkman's Cookery and Recipe Book' Paarl Printing, He firmly established the mission at Kuruman, and this became a hub of civilization, exploration and in time religious conversion.
The Shaping of South African Society, Just freakin' great. Google Scholar Hertslet Sir E.The volume written by his son, entitled John Mackenzie, South African Missionary and Statesman (Hodder & Stoughton, ) has a fitting epitaph for him: ‘to have been the man who first forced Great Britain to face her God-given task of controlling the destinies of the entire region from the Cape to Author: Arne Schaefer.
John Mackenzie, British missionary who was a constant champion of the rights of Africans in Southern Africa and a proponent of British intervention to curtail the spread of Boer influence, especially over the lands of the Tswana (“Bechuana” in older variant orthography) peoples.
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All titles scanned cover to cover and pages Author: W. Douglas (William Douglas) Mackenzie. Jan 01, · Sir John McKenzie, New Zealand statesman who, as minister of lands (–), sponsored legislation that provided land and credit to small farmers and helped to break up large estates.
McKenzie’s deep antagonism toward land monopolists was rooted in his boyhood in. John Mackenzie (30 August – 23 March ) was a Scottish Christian missionary who worked in Southern Africa, and who argued for the rights of the native Africans. Mackenzie was born in Knockando, Moray, Scotland in He was a member of the London Missionary Society (now, the Council for World Mission) and volunteered with the organisation in Born: 30 AugustKnockando, Moray, Scotland.
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