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Abrahamse, J.E. (author), Clarke, N.J. (author)
Johannesburg might be known as the City of Gold but it was the great South African popular history writer TV Bulpin who, when chronicling the social history of the ZAR until its demise, labelled the short lived Boer homeland as the ‘Golden Republic’ in this book of the same name.
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Clarke, N.J. (author)
The architectural and social context in the Netherlands from which Sytze Wierda and his compatriots journeyed the 11 000km to the Transvaal Republic (ZAR), has been described elsewhere in this publication (see Chapters 1 and 2) as has their architectural response – the main theme of this book. They arrived in a still undeveloped and partly...
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Fisher, R.C. (author), Clarke, N.J. (author)
The Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR) undertook an extensive road and bridge building programme which commenced during the latter half of the 1880s and ended with the effective demise of that independence in 1900.
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Fisher, R.C. (author), Clarke, N.J. (author)
The age of enlightenment brought together the knowledge and intelligence of disparate disciplines, and in the era of European colonialization, a concern with the collection and identification of the alien and then naming and classification of the exotic. By the end of the C19 that project was nigh complete, and Europeans relocating to distant...
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Clarke, N.J. (author)
The remnant built fabric of the Eclectic ZA Wilhelmiens era in the geographic area that encompasses the former ZAR has its source in three categories of endeavour: (1) the Department of Public Works of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (DPW), (2) the rail and ancillary development of the NZASM, and (3) those architects and draughtsmen of Dutch...
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