Portuguese in South-East Africa, 1600-1700. by Eric Axelson

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The pages that follow are an attempt to outline Portuguese activity in south-east Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to the equator, during the seventeenth century, with particular emphasis on white settlement and relations between the Portuguese and indigenous populations.

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An appendix summarizes survivors' accounts of the shipwrecks on the coast of southern Africa during this period. In this book he details the 17th Century activities of the Portuguese in south-east Africa, from their base at Mocambique up the Zambezi into Mashonaland, and on the Mombasa coast.

An 1600-1700. book summarizes survivors'accounts of the shipwrecks on the coast of southern Africa during this period. Fold-out map of Monomotapa between pp. 22/3; pp. Bibliography of Portuguese Colonial History 16thth century. Books on Portuguese Colonial History.

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The Portuguese were the first Europeans to have contacts with the people of the East African Coast. They were adventurous and in search for the sea route to India.

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Portuguese in South-East Africa Johannesburg, University of the Witwatersrand, Cloth, with dust-jacket.

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Portuguese in South-East Africa, by Eric Axelson details the 17th century activities of the Portuguese in south-east Africa, from their base at Mocambique up the Zambezi into Mashonaland, and on the Mombasa coast.

An appendix summarizes survivors' accounts of the shipwrecks on the coast of southern Africa during this period. Portuguese in South-East Africa Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University Press, Cloth, with dust-jacket.

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