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1990 Amahashi: Durban's Ricksha Pullers Abstract   PDF
Ros Posel
 
Vol 31, No 2 (2013): Special Edition: 1913, Satyagraha, Passive Resistance and its Legacy An Approach to Peace: Gandhi on Conflict Resolution through Satyagraha Abstract   PDF
Namita Nimbalkar
 
1988 An Ascendant Sugarocracy: Natal's Millers-cum-Planters, 1905-1939. Abstract   PDF
David Lincoln
 
1986 An Illustrated History of South Africa, ed. by Trewhella Cameron and S B Spies. Details
Andrew Duminy
 
1992 An outline of Game Legislation in Natal 1866-1912. Abstract   PDF
Anthony Cubbin
 
1999-2001 Volume 19 ‘Give Till it Hurts’: Durban’s Indians and the First World War Abstract   PDF
Goolam Vahed
 
2002 Volume 20 ‘Playing at Public Health’ The Search for Control in South Durban 1860-1932 Abstract   PDF
Stephen Sparks
 
2005 Volume 23 “ … And my blood became hot!” Crimes of Passion, Crimes of Reason: An Analysis of the Crimes of Murder and Physical Assault against Abstract   PDF
Prinisha Badassy
 
2005 Volume 23 “ … They say that they do not know this disease”: Epidemic influenza in Rural Natal. Abstract   PDF
Stephen Sparks
 
Volume 29 “Colours Do Not Mix”: Segregated Classes at the University of Natal, 1936-1959 Abstract   PDF
Surendra Bhana, Goolam Vahed
 
Vol 31, No 2 (2013): Special Edition: 1913, Satyagraha, Passive Resistance and its Legacy “Gagged and trussed rather securely by the law”: The 1952 Defiance Campaign in Natal Abstract   PDF
Goolam Vahed
 
2006-7 Volumes 24 & 25 “Health is Much Too Important a Subject to be Left to Doctors”: African Assistant Health Workers in Natal During the Early Twentieth Century Abstract   PDF
Vanessa Noble
 
Vol 31, No 2 (2013): Special Edition: 1913, Satyagraha, Passive Resistance and its Legacy “Strange Bedfellows”: Gandhi and Chinese passive resistance 1906-11 Abstract   PDF
Karen L. Harris
 
Vol 30 (2012): Volume 30 “Subjects or Citizens?”: Black South Africans and the Dilemma of the Second World War Abstract   PDF
Suryakanthie Chetty
 
2010: HISTORY AND HERITAGE: A SPECIAL ISSUE ON FORMER AMERICAN BOARD MISSION STATIONS IN SOUTHERN KWAZULU-NATAL “The struggle for survival” : Last years of Adams College, 1953-1956 Abstract   PDF
Percy Ngonyama
 
1998 Volume 18 “We have always planted, but the difficulty has been in getting the cane crushed.” Sugar Cane Production at Umvoti Mission Reserve from 1860 to 1882 Details   PDF
Cyrius Vukile Khumalo
 
2002 Volume 20 Bamboo Square: A Documentary Narrative of the ‘Indian and Native Cantonment’ at the Point, 1873 to 1903 Abstract   PDF
Brian Kearney
 
1998 Volume 18 Battling with banality Abstract   PDF
Jeff Guy
 
1988 Because They Chose the Plan of God. The Story of the Bulhoek Massacare. Robert Edgar. Details
Robert Morrell
 
1996 Volume 16 Betrayed Trust – Africans and the State in Colonial Natal Abstract   PDF
Sandra Scott Swart
 
1996 Volume 16 Beyond the ‘Natal Frontier’?: H F Fynn’s Cape Career 1834-1852 Abstract   PDF
Julie Pridmore
 
2006-7 Volumes 24 & 25 Beyond the “Zulu Aftermath”: Migrations, Identities, Histories Abstract   PDF
John Wright
 
2008 Volume 26 Bhambatha and the Zulu Rebellion 1906 Abstract   PDF
Paul S Thompson
 
Vol 30 (2012): Volume 30 Bibliography of Materials Relevant to the Study of Education in the Colony of Natal, the Province of Natal and KwaZulu–Natal, 1839–1994: Selected with Special Attention to “Native Education” Abstract   PDF
Peter Kallaway
 
1980 Bishop Colenso and the Zulu Nation. Abstract   PDF
Ruth Edgecombe
 
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