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The Life of Africaner: A Namagqua Chief, of South Africa
[Source - Henry Fagan for FHYA, 2022: A copy of the book by John Campbell. The book recounts the life of Africaner, a 'hottentot' born in the Colony of Good Hope. In the course of a violent confrontation with his employer, Africaner and his family fled to the Namaqualand region, where they became raiders. Africaner later converted to Christianity and became an ally of the British following their takeover of the Cape Colony.]
[Source - Henry Fagan for FHYA, 2022: Written by John Campbell before 1827. Published in 1827 by American Sunday-School Union in Philadelphia. A copy was acquired by R.K. Haley at an unknown date. It was later presented by Haley to Harvard College Library on 3 October 1918. Digitised by Google at an unknown date and made available on Google Books. Acquired by FHYA in March 2022. Uploaded by Benathi Marufu for FHYA in April 2022.]
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