Wesleyan Baralong Mission in Trans-Orangia. 1821 – 1884. – Mears, W G A

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The odyssey of the Baralong. From the town of Campbell along the Vaal river Wesleyan missionaries travelled eastwards along the Vaal river in search of any Bechuana tribe to connect with in order to establish a mission station. Reaching Platberg in 1826 they achieve their goal. However in 1833, Platberg was over-populated and a mass migration eastwards to the Caledon valley took place. Here they lived peacefully until the arrive of the Emigrant Frontiersmen from the Cape in 1836 created a new situation. foxing throughout. 44 Pages. Binding firm. Second Impression. Condition: Good-. Binding: Softcover. Staple-bound. Thin card wraps. Foxing. Crease to rear corner. Mild edge-wear. Light soiling on the verso.

Publisher: C Struik (Pty) Ltd
Date Published: 1970
Publication Place: Cape Town

Condition: Good-.
Binding: Softcover. Staple-bound. Thin card wraps. Foxing. Crease to rear corner. Mild edge-wear. Light soiling on the verso.

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Weight 500 g