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Shepstone, Rupert - Interview and associated items

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: File contains a placeholder for photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes of his conversations with Shepstone, Rupert, with handwritten annotations by John Wright; the version published in an edited volume by Colin de B. Webb and John Wright; a placeholder for the Shepstone, Rupert, Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool; the Killie Campbell African Library's James Stuart Papers inventory; and John Wright's summary of the James Stuart Papers.]

Placeholder for Sibindi, Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool

[Source - Debra Pryor for FHYA, 2019: This placeholder offers the introduction to a Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool created by the FHYA in 2017. The FHYA currently only has permission from Killie Campell Africana Library to place the testimony of one interlocutor online.

To read more about the tool click on the Associated materials link below and view a circumscribed version.]

Placeholder for relevant pages from John Wright's annotated photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes pertaining to Sipika ka Vundisa

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: John Wright, one of the editors of the published volumes of The James Stuart Archive of Recorded Oral Evidence Relating to the History of the Zulu and Neighbouring People (6 vols.), arranged, used and annotated these photocopies of handwritten originals from the James Stuart Papers to prepare the published texts.

The Killie Campbell Africana Library, which holds the original handwritten notes, has given permission for the photocopies pertinent to only one interlocutor, Socwatsha kaPhaphu, to be made available online. We are thus currently unable to provide the annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for this interlocutor.

The full set of John Wrights' annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for all interlocutors should ideally be available at the link in the Associated materials field below. However due to KCAL's limited permissions only a circumscribed version is currently available.]

Sisekelo - Interview and associated items

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: File contains a placeholder for photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes of his conversations with Sisekelo, with handwritten annotations by John Wright; the version published in an edited volume by Colin de B. Webb and John Wright; a placeholder for the Sisekelo, Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool; the Killie Campbell African Library's James Stuart Papers inventory; and John Wright's summary of the James Stuart Papers.]

Placeholder for relevant pages from John Wright's annotated photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes pertaining to Sisekelo

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: John Wright, one of the editors of the published volumes of The James Stuart Archive of Recorded Oral Evidence Relating to the History of the Zulu and Neighbouring People (6 vols.), arranged, used and annotated these photocopies of handwritten originals from the James Stuart Papers to prepare the published texts.

The Killie Campbell Africana Library, which holds the original handwritten notes, has given permission for the photocopies pertinent to only one interlocutor, Socwatsha kaPhaphu, to be made available online. We are thus currently unable to provide the annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for this interlocutor.

The full set of John Wrights' annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for all interlocutors should ideally be available at the link in the Associated materials field below. However due to KCAL's limited permissions only a circumscribed version is currently available.]

FHYA collation, Volume 6 (Soc-Zwa)

[Source - FHYA, 2017: Subseries contains front matter, testimonies, and back matter of the published volume ‘The James Stuart Archive of Recorded Oral Evidence Relating to the History of the Zulu and neighbouring peoples, Volume 6’, edited by Colin de B. Webb and John Wright.

The volume was edited and translated in the period June 2001 to January 2004, and October 2012 to July 2014. He discussed points of translation with Mbongiseni Buthelezi, a colleague in the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative at the University of Cape Town. The volume was published in August 2014.]

Socwatsha ka Papu, Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool

[Source - John Wright for FHYA, 2017: An electronic research tool which was made by the FHYA team in 2016-17. They made a digital copy of John Wright’s set of hand-annotated photocopies of the notes of James Stuart’s conversations with Socwatsha ka Papu, and linked it in an ‘e-book format’ to the published Socwatsha text.]

Sojuba - Interview and associated items

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: File contains a placeholder for photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes of his conversations with Sojuba, with handwritten annotations by John Wright; the version published in an edited volume by Colin de B. Webb and John Wright; a placeholder for the Sojuba, Hyperlinked Archival Research Tool; the Killie Campbell African Library's James Stuart Papers inventory; and John Wright's summary of the James Stuart Papers.]

Placeholder for relevant pages from John Wright's annotated photocopies of James Stuart's handwritten notes pertaining to Stuart, C T

[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2019: John Wright, one of the editors of the published volumes of The James Stuart Archive of Recorded Oral Evidence Relating to the History of the Zulu and Neighbouring People (6 vols.), arranged, used and annotated these photocopies of handwritten originals from the James Stuart Papers to prepare the published texts.

The Killie Campbell Africana Library, which holds the original handwritten notes, has given permission for the photocopies pertinent to only one interlocutor, Socwatsha kaPhaphu, to be made available online. We are thus currently unable to provide the annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for this interlocutor.

The full set of John Wrights' annotated photocopies of the handwritten originals for all interlocutors should ideally be available at the link in the Associated materials field below. However due to KCAL's limited permissions only a circumscribed version is currently available.]

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