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rise of the Basuto

G. Tylden

rise of the Basuto

by G. Tylden

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Published by Juta in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lesotho
    • Subjects:
    • Moshesh, Basuto Chief, d. 1870.,
    • Sotho (African people),
    • Lesotho -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby G. Tylden.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT782 .T9
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 270 p.
      Number of Pages270
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6118882M
      LC Control Number52024793
      OCLC/WorldCa4384861

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      The Gun War, also known as the Basuto War, was an conflict in the British territory of Basutoland (present-day Lesotho) in Southern Africa, fought between Cape Colony forces and rebellious Basotho chiefs over the right of natives to bear arms. Although officially considered a stalemate, the final settlement favoured the Basotho. Basutoland—home of the Basotho people—had been. Basuto. London, New York, Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Ashton, E.H. (Edmund Hugh), Basuto. London, New York, Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.

      The rise of the Basuto, found: Warrior chiefs of Southern Africa, c p. 55 (Moshoeshoe was born about ) found: Moshweshwe of Lesotho,   Zulu & Basuto Wars Including Complete Medal Roll , Roy Dutton, Infodial Limited, , Dervish The Rise and Fall of an African Empire, Philip Warner, , History, pages. This book describes the development of the Army and its evolution from the colonial armies.


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Rise of the Basuto by G. Tylden Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tylden, G. Rise of the Basuto. Cape Town, Juta, (OCoLC) Named Rise of the Basuto book Moshoeshoe, King. The book includes genealogies going back toa history of the Basotho people from their origins to (when the missionaries arrived), and an account of the rise of Moshoeshoe I (circa –), the founder and first paramount chief of the Sotho people.

The book includes genealogies going back toa history of the Basotho people from their origins to (when the missionaries arrived), and an account of the rise of Moshoeshoe I (circa –), the founder and first paramount chief of the Sotho people.

Originally published inHistory of the Basuto re-mains the standard reference work concerning the origin and early history of the Sotho peoples, and the settlement of Lesotho from around the 16 th century by a variety of different clans.

It depicts the growing influence and legacy of certain chiefs like Mohlomi, the upheaval of the. The Sotho / ˈ s uː t uː / people, or Basotho / b æ ˈ s uː t uː /, are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa who speak are native to modern Lesotho and South Basotho have inhabited the region since around the fifth century CE and are closely related to other Bantu peoples of the region.

Basutoland was a British Crown colony that existed from to in present-day the Basotho (then known as Basuto) and their territory had been under British control starting in (and ruled by Cape Colony from ), the Cape Colony was unpopular and unable to control the territory.

As a result, Basutoland was brought under direct authority of Queen Victoria, via the. Moshoeshoe (/ m ʊ ˈ ʃ w ɛ ʃ w ɛ /) (c. – 11 March ) was born at Menkhoaneng in the northern part of present-day was the first son of Mokhachane, a minor chief of the Bamokoteli lineage- a branch of the Koena (crocodile) clan.

In his youth, he helped his father gain power over some other smaller clans. At the age of 34 Moshoeshoe formed his own clan and became a chief. In the early ’s there was a great deal of migration and upheaval in Southern Africa, mostly as a result of the Mfecane.

There were a number of conflicts between various tribes and, as a result of the Mahlatule famine, some people were even driven to cannibalism.

The Rise of South Africa: Volume 6 of The Rise of South Africa, Sir George Edward Cory: Author: Sir George Edward Cory: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Struik, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: Apr 8, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

How to purchase our publications. Buyers from Lesotho may purchase books at the Museum, or we can arrange to post or deliver books to Maseru for an additional contact Morija Museum Shop.

Book Sellers will enjoy a 30% discount on all materials place your orders with the Curator Stephen Gill of Morija Museum Shop (see contact page). The Boer-Basuto War () was terminated by the Treaty of Thaba Bosia, in which the Basuto ceded the disputed land; at Boer insistence, the French missionaries were expelled.

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Basuto definition, Sotho (def. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd.Also known as Moshesh, Mosheshwe or Mshweshwe. His name was allegedly changed from Lepoqo after a successful raid in which he had sheared the beards of his victims – the word ‘Moshoeshoe’ represented the sound of the shearing.

The Basuto by Ashton, E. H., unknown edition, Edition Notes "In its original form this book was accepted by the University of Cape Town in as a thesis for a doctorate in philosophy."--p.

Moshoeshoe, also spelled Mshweshwe, Moshweshwe, or Moshesh, original name Lepoqo, (born c.near the upper Caledon River, northern Basutoland [now in Lesotho]—died MaThaba Bosiu, Basutoland), founder and first paramount chief of the Sotho (Basuto, Basotho) nation. One of the most successful Southern African leaders of the 19th century, Moshoeshoe combined aggressive.

Basuto Pony or Basotho Pony, although regarded as small horses because of their horse-like characteristics, is a breed of ponies known for their compactness, sturdiness, and long steep terrain and inhospitable climate of their native land have made them extremely hardy and capable. Basuto Pony (Basotho Pony) Pictures.

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