Oral history interview with Father Reginald Pearce

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Oral history interview with Father Reginald Pearce [Part 1 of 2]
Oral history interview with Father Reginald Pearce [Part 1 of 2]
These interviews present a discussion on missionary schooling in Calvinia, South Africa, the characters and their memories of the Anglo-Boer War. Themes include: Boers, the relationship between the British troops and the missionaries, the community of Calvinia, key figures such as Hugo Nieuwoudt, a Boer leader and Abraham Esau, memories of the Esau murder, National Party meeting, political tensions, racial aggression and tension and trade relations. Abraham Esau was a coloured blacksmith and leader from Calvinia. He was murdered by the Boers in 1901 as a result of his unfailing support for the British., Pol4.02a.mp3: Part 1 of 2 ; 31:56 min. ; interview 2 of 2
Oral history interview with Father Reginald Pearce [Part 2 of 2]
Oral history interview with Father Reginald Pearce [Part 2 of 2]
These interviews present a discussion on missionary schooling in Calvinia, South Africa, the characters and their memories of the Anglo-Boer War. Themes include: Boers, the relationship between the British troops and the missionaries, the community of Calvinia, key figures such as Hugo Nieuwoudt, a Boer leader and Abraham Esau, memories of the Esau murder, National Party meeting, political tensions, racial aggression and tension and trade relations. Abraham Esau was a coloured blacksmith and leader from Calvinia. He was murdered by the Boers in 1901 as a result of his unfailing support for the British., Pol4.02b.mp3: Part 2 of 2 ; 26:12 min. ; interview 2 of 2

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