BOOK – THE CAMISSA EMBRACE

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE: Odyssey of an Unrecognised  African People

A Wind Blows from Afar: The “Peopling of South Africa” through the coming together of micro-communities of hunters, herder-hunters, herders, herder-farmers and farmers from 2000 years ago

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – CHAP 1 WITH END NOTE CITATIONS

The Shoreline Frontier: The true story of the Founding of the Port City of Cape Town and its dispossession by agents of the United Dutch East India Company

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – CHAP 2 WITH ENDNOTE CITATIONS

The Ethnic Cleansing Wars: Forced Removals, Ethnocide,and Genocide through 15 Wars of Dispossession in the Cape 1652 – 1828

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – CHAP 3 WITH ENDNOTE CITATIONS

Migrants of Colour: Forced, Coerced and Voluntary Migration of People of Colour – African, Indian, Southeast Asian, Chinese and the Black Diaspora 1652 – 1910

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – CHAP 4 WITH ENDNOTE CITATIONS

Classification: The emergence of the term ‘Coloured’, Apartheid and de-Africanisation of the forgotten African Camissa and Khoena people 1911 – 1950

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – CHAP 5 WITH ENDNOTE CITATIONS

Conclusion: Navigating the future as African people of Camissa and Khoena

THE CAMISSA EMBRACE – FINAL THOUGHTS

 

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