Boer Settlers in the Southwest. – Du Toit, Brian M

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Southwestern Studies No. 101

Tracing the family traditions and of the Afrikaner diaspora following the Anglo-Boer War when large numbers emigrated to Argentina, East Africa and to the American Southwest. Most became farmers in the Texas-New Mexico area excelling at grain and vegetable farming rather than ranching. Once of the leaders who left a lasting imprint on the Mesilla Valley was General Ben Viljoen. The author also provides genealogical charts for the Viljoen and Snyman families. Previous owner’s stamp on the front free end pape. Tipped in notes and some highlighting. A couple of b&w photographs. Some pages are loose. 1st Edition. Condition: Fair-. Binding: Softcover. Some light creasing and edge-wear to card wraps.

Publisher: The University of Texas
Date Published: 1995
Publication Place: El paso, Texas
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Fair-.
Binding: Softcover. Some light creasing and edge-wear to card wraps.

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Weight 500 g