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The people's city : African life in twentieth-century Durban

Author: Paul Maylam; Iain Edwards
Publisher: Pietermaritzburg : University of Natal Press ; Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, ©1996.
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Presents a collection of essays on African life in 20th-century Durban. This work attempts to bring alive a vibrant city culture of crowds and violence, militant women, beer brewing, ricksha-pulling,  Read more...

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Title: The people's city : African life in twentieth-century Durban /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Maylam; Iain Edwards
ISBN: 0869809342; 9780869809341; 0869809164; 9780869809167; 0435074024; 9780435074029; 0435074016; 9780435074012
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content: The struggle for space in twentieth-century Durban / Paul Maylam -- The struggle for the city: alcohol, the Ematsheni and popular culture in Durban, 1902-1936 / Paul la Hausse -- But hope does not kill: Black popular music in Durban, 1913-1939 / Veit Erlmann -- Cato Manor, June 1959: men, women, crowds, violence, politics and history / Iain Edwards -- In the eye of the storm: dock-workers in Durban / David Hemson -- The leaves in the trees are proclaiming our slavery: African trade-union organisation, 1937-1949 / Tim Nuttall -- Amahashi: the ricksha-pullers of Durban / Ros Posel -- The sweat was black: working for Dunlop / Ari Sitas -- Lamontville: a history, 1930-1960 / Louise Torr -- The joy of proximity: the rise of Clermont / Maynard W. Swanson -- The city closes in: the incorporation of Inanda into metropolitan Durban / Heather Hughes.

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Description: xiii, 313 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: The struggle for space in twentieth-century Durban / Paul Maylam -- The struggle for the city: alcohol, the Ematsheni and popular culture in Durban, 1902-1936 / Paul la Hausse -- But hope does not kill: Black popular music in Durban, 1913-1939 / Veit Erlmann -- Cato Manor, June 1959: men, women, crowds, violence, politics and history / Iain Edwards -- In the eye of the storm: dock-workers in Durban / David Hemson -- The leaves in the trees are proclaiming our slavery: African trade-union organisation, 1937-1949 / Tim Nuttall -- Amahashi: the ricksha-pullers of Durban / Ros Posel -- The sweat was black: working for Dunlop / Ari Sitas -- Lamontville: a history, 1930-1960 / Louise Torr -- The joy of proximity: the rise of Clermont / Maynard W. Swanson -- The city closes in: the incorporation of Inanda into metropolitan Durban / Heather Hughes.
Responsibility: edited by Paul Maylam and Iain Edwards.
Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung.
History.
Year: ©1996.
Publisher: Pietermaritzburg : University of Natal Press ; Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 96050944
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: DT2405.D8857; Dewey No.: 968.4/5505
OCLC No.: 36011691
Local System Bib Number:
(Sirsi) i9780869809167
(Sirsi) 20829
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"For those who teach modern South African history, this is precisely the kind of material for which one is always on the lookout...."-W.R. Nasson, University of Cape Town ?For those who teach modern Read more...

 
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