Vols. for 1932-1940 contain Cape Geographical Society. Report.Migratory habits and the wide free air of the plains fostered in him a spirit of independence and resistance to conquest. But the Veld ... his mental life. After the period of native warfare, his ideas became narrowed by his calm life of Arcadian simplicity. ... In course of time many farms became too small to support their owners; and the apoor white a came into existence as a social class. ... And it was and is impossible to employ the poor white for manual work of certain kinds on the farms.
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