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Book

Author:Potgieter, DJ (Editor-in-chief)
Year:1971
Title:Standard Encyclopaedia of South Africa [SESA] Volume 4 Dev-For
Place:Cape Town
Publisher:Nasou

Chapters/Entries in this book

Dockyard Church

Anon54
DoornkloofDoornkloof

Lean, Phyllis S69
Drostdy

Anon89
EATON, Norman Musgrave

Greig, Doreen190
Emmanuel Cathedral

Brady, JE303
Engelenburg House

Bosman, FCL313
Fan-lights

Lewcock, Ronald426
Fort England

Lewcock, Ronald648
Fort Frederick

Lewcock, Ronald648

Buildings linked to this book

City Hall, 1897-1899, East London, Eastern Cape. pp 187
Dockyard Church - Second, St George's Dockyard Church, 1820-1824 : 1898, Simonstown, Western Cape. pp 54
Drostdy, 1820, Bathurst, Eastern Cape. pp 89
Drostdy, 1804-1805, Graaff-Reinet, Eastern Cape. pp 89
Drostdy, 1822 - c1828, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. pp 89-90
Drostdy, 1804, Tulbagh, Western Cape. pp 92
Drostdy - Museum, 1804-1816, Uitenhage, Eastern Cape. pp 92-93
Drostdy - Now Museum, 1824, Worcester, Western Cape. pp 93
Drostdy, The (Now Drostdy Museum), 1746, Swellendam, Western Cape. pp 90-92
Emmanuel Cathedral, 1902-1903, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. pp 303
Fort Armstrong, 1835, Balfour, Eastern Cape. pp 644
Fort Brown, 1835, Fort Brown, Eastern Cape. pp 646
Fort de Goede Hoop, 1656, Cape Town, Western Cape. pp 653-654
Fort Durnford, 1873, Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal. pp 646-648
Fort England, including East Barracks - Later Lunatic Asylum, then Mental Hospital, 1815 : 1825 : 1894, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. pp 648
Fort Murray - First, 1835, King William's Town, Eastern Cape. pp 652
Fort Murray - Second, c1847, King William's Town, Eastern Cape. pp 652
Fort Peddie, n.d., Peddie, Eastern Cape. pp 654
Fort Selwyn, 1835, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. pp 656

People or firms linked to this book

EATON, Norman Musgrave. pp 190
TRAPPES, Charles (Colonel). pp 89