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read ê eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Emily Stehr Interesting but Incomplete History of Indigenous Peoples of BotswanaDefinition of BotswanaA republic in South Africa formerly a British protectorate gained independence in member of the Commonwealth of Nations suare miles suare kilometers Capital GaboroneFormerly Bechuanaland Desborough Cooley A Memoir on the Civilization of the Tribes Inhabiting the Highlands near Dalagoa Bay The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London Vol William Desborough Cooley writes The Bechuana tribes situated in the interior about three hundred miles north of the Gariep or Orange River are still superior to the Amakosa in arts and civilization The position of the latter indeed on an exposed frontier has developed among them a martial character while the Bechuanasremote from hostile attacks take up arms rather as hunters or marauders than as warriors But their superior civilization is evident in their industry They inhabit large towns their houses are well constructed and remarkable for their neatness they cultivate the soil and store their grain for winter consumption In their physiognomy also they rise a degree above the Amakosa their complexion is of a brighter brown their featuresEuropean and often beautif.

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Interesting but Incomplete History of Indigenous Peoples of Botswana INTERESTING HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES – BY COUNTRYUlInteresting but Incomplete History of Indigenous Peoples of BotswanaDefinition of BotswanaA republic in South Africa formerly a British protectorate gained independence in member of the Commonwealth of Nations suare miles suare kilometersCapital GaboroneFormerly Bechuanaland Desborough Cooley A Memoir on the Civilization of the Tribes Inhabiting the Highlands near Dalagoa Bay The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London Vol William Desborough Cooley writes The Bechuana tribes situated in the interior about three hundred miles north of the Gariep or Orange River are still superior to the Amakosa in arts and civilizationThe position of the latter indeed on an exposed frontier has developed among them a martial character while the Bechuanas remote from hostile attacks take up arms rather as hunters or marauders than as warriorsBut their superior civilization is evident in their industryThey inhabit large towns their houses are well constructed and remarkable for their neatness they cultivate the soil and store their grain for winter consumptionIn their physiognomy also they rise a degree above the Amakosa their complexion is of a brighter brown their features European and often beautifu.