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Title Breaking the chains : slavery and its legacy in the nineteenth-century Cape Colony / edited by Nigel Worden & Clifton Crais.
Imprint Johannesburg, South Africa : Witwatersrand University Press, 1994.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HT1394.C3 B74 1994    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HT1394.C3 B74 1994    AVAILABLE  
Subject Slavery -- South Africa -- Cape of Good Hope -- History -- 18th century.
Slavery -- South Africa -- Cape of Good Hope -- History -- 19th century.
Blacks -- South Africa -- Cape of Good Hope -- History.
Alt Name Worden, Nigel, 1955-
Crais, Clifton C.
Description xiv, 346 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1868142671
OCLC # 33449763
Table of Contents
 Lists of Plates, Maps & Tables 
 Acknowledgements 
 List of Contributors 
 Abbreviations & Glossary 
 Map 1 - The Cape Colony in 1786 
 Map 2 - The Cape Colony in 1830 
 Map 3 - Nineteenth-Century Cape Town 
 Introduction / Nigel Worden, Clifton Crais 
1'The Good Opinion of Others': Law, Slavery & Community in the Cape Colony, c. 1760-1830 / Wayne Dooling 
2Paternalism Under Siege: Slavery in Theory & Practice During the Era of Reform, c. 1825 Through Emancipation / John Mason 
3The Erosion of Urban Slavery at the Cape / Andrew Bank 
4'Free, Yet Slaves': Prize Negroes at the Cape Revisited / Christopher Saunders 
5Between Slavery & Freedom: The Apprenticeship Period, 1834-8 / Nigel Worden 
6'Rather Mental than Physical': Emancipations & the Cape Economy / Robert Ross 
7Emancipation, Commerce & the Role of John Fairbairn's Advertiser / Lalou Meltzer 
8Private & Public Worlds of Emancipation in the Rural Western Cape, c. 1830-42 / Pamela Scully 
9The Enemy Within / Susan Newton-King 
10Slavery & Emancipation in the Eastern Cape / Clifton Crais 
11Meanings of Freedom: Social Position & Identity Among Ex-Slaves & Their Descendants in Cape Town, 1875-1910 / Vivian Bickford-Smith 
12Links in the Chain: Community, Identity & Migration in Mamre, c. 1838-1938 / Kerry Ward 
 Index 


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