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journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (1779)

Hendrik Jacob Wikar

journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (1779)

with an English translation by A. W. van der Horst and the journals of Jacobus Coetsé Jansz: (1760) and Willem van Reenen (1791) with an English translation by Dr. E. E. Mossop.

by Hendrik Jacob Wikar

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Published by The Van Riebeeck Society in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa,
  • South Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Dutch language -- Dialects -- South Africa.,
    • Indigenous peoples -- South Africa.,
    • South Africa -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited, with an introduction and footnotes, by Dr. E. E. Mossop.
      SeriesVan Riebeeck Society. Publications,, no. 15, Van Riebeeck Society (Series) ;, no. 15.
      ContributionsCoetsé, Jacobus Jansz., Reenen, Willem van., Mossop, E. E., ed. and tr., Van der Horst, A. W., tr., Franken, Johan Lambertus Machiel, 1882-, Engelbrecht, Jan Anthonie, 1896-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT821 .V3 no. 15
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 p. l., 327 p.
      Number of Pages327
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6338330M
      LC Control Number36013873
      OCLC/WorldCa4550824

      Title: In the shadow of Thunberg and Sparrman: Hendrik Jacob Wikar at the Cape: Author(s): Broberg, G. Year published: Journal: Svenska Linnesallskapets Arsskrift. The journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar / with an English translation by A.W. van der Horst. The journals of Jacobus Coetsé Jansz and Willem van Reenen By Hendrik Jacob Wikar, Jacobus Coetsé Jansz and Willem van Reenen.

      The journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar () with an English translation by A. W. van der Horst and the journals of Jacobus Coetsé Jansz: () and Willem van Reenen () with . Amongst these are editors Raper and Boucher’s Robert Jacob Gordon, Cape Travels, to , published in by Brenthurst Press, Johannesburg. Works on other travellers include works on Hendrik Swellengrebel Jnr and accounts from The Journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (), The Journals of Jacobus Jansz () and Willem Van Reenen ().

      4 Ebt36, 1–79; and Engelbrecht, “The tribes of Wikar’s journal,” in The Journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (), ed. E. E. Mossop, transl. A. W. van der Horst (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, ), – 5 While the overall evidence suggests that the Kora word for ‘clan’ was ǁ’ais, it is spelled. The journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (): The journals of Jacobus Coetsé Jansz: () and Willem van Reenen () (Van Riebeeck Society, vol), Cape Town, Wilson Wilson, M.L., “'Strandlopers’ in the Gordon Journals: A Correction”, South African Archaeological Bulletin, .


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Wikarin isä oli maanmittari ja valtiopäivämies, äiti tämän toinen puoliso Margareta Carlborg. Pohjanmaalta kotoisin ollut Wikar aloitti opinnot Turun akatemiassa Henrik Jakob Wikar eller Hendrik Jakob Wikar, född 28 oktober i Gamlakarleby, Mellersta Österbotten, var en finsk upptäcktsresande som reste i Sydafrika och som skrev sin journal om folkslaget khoisan.

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The title of the book in full reads: "The Journal of Hendrik Jacob Wikar (), with an English translation by A W van der Horst, and the Journals of Jacobus Coetse Jansz () and Willem van Reenen (), with an English translation by Dr E E Mossop.

Edited, with an introduction and footnotes, by Dr E E Mossop".Broberg, Gunnar. In the shadow of Thunberg and Sparrman: Hendrik Jacob Wikar at the Cape. Svenska Linnésällskapets årsskrift 53– Brooks, George E. Western Africa and Cabo Verde, s–s: Symbiosis of slave and legitimate .The Journal of African History, Vol.

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