Etosha-Kunene Histories ‘Full list of references’,
building on bibliography compiled by Sian Sullivan for
Future Pasts
Last edited 08/08/2020

Full list of references
(references preceded by an asterix are referred to in texts read but have not yet been reviewed directly)

Archive Sources

Manning:

‘Manning Report 1917’ (NAN SWAA 2516 A552/22 Kaokoveld, Major Manning’s Report, 1917), with additions made from his extracts of his diary.

NAN ADM 156 W 32, General Kaokoveld Report by Major Manning, 15 November 1917.

 

Manning’s handwritten ‘Diary Notes, for Secretary for the Protectorate’ 04-050817 [**check dates] [included in italics below];

 

Manning’s handwritten ‘Diary Notes Extracts’, Manning, C.N. 1917 Extracts From Diary of Major C.N. Manning (Resident Commissioner Owamboland) during period of duty in Kaokoveld, S.W.A. 161117-081117 [**check dates] Submitted 9th November 1917 to the Secretary for the Protectorate. Windhoek: South West Africa. NAN Kaokoveld: Major Manning’s Report. Vol. 1. 1917 SWAA.2516.A552/22.

 

Statement taken by Major C.N. Manning at Zesfontein, Kaokoveld in presence of Lt. Olivier[1], 2nd M.C. from Native Chief Vita, alias OORLOG or ORO, on 19th August 1917.

Manning letter to van Ryneveld 140817.

NAN SWAA 2516, Report by Major C.N. Manning re 2nd Tour to Kaokoveld; Disarmament General, 25 August 1919.

*Cleverly, J. 1891 Memorandum to Under Colonial Secretary, Cape Town, 20th April 1891. State Archives, Windhoek, Lemme Collection.

*Heck, L. 1956 Etoshaland. SWA Annual 75-85.

*Hoernlé, A.W. 1923 Letter to the Secretary for South West Africa, April 14 1923. A198/3/4 Anthropology Research, NAN, Windhoek.

NAN.A.327 Krause and Kuntz, Kuntz 25/8/1910, report to the Kaoko Land und Minengesellschaft.

*NAN.A450.14 4/1 Big Game in Ovamboland by C.H.L. Hahn, undated.

*NAN, SWAA A511/10, 1938-1951.

Quellen zur Gesichte von Sudwestafrika Bands 25b, 26: Carl Hugo Hahn, 1864-1871 (in Lau 1979)

SWAA: Water Affairs Branch 1951-1958 Game Reserve: Kaokoveld Game Reserve. Triangle - Kowares-Warmquelle-Grootberg. WAT 74 W.W.71/4 Windhoek: National Archives of Namibia.

SWAA.2515.A.552/13 Kaokoveld - Agriculture.

SWAA 1921 Territory of South-West Africa, Report of the Administrator For the Year 1921. Windhoek.

SWAA 1930 Territory of South-West Africa, Report of the Administrator For the Year 1930. Windhoek.

Maps

Deutscher Kolonial Atlas, 1893.

Karte von Deutsch-Südwestafrika nach amtichlen unde anderen verlässlichen Quellen bearbeitet von Otto Herkt.**

Paul Sprigade und Max Moisel 1912 Das Uberseeische Deutschland [li. the overseas Germany] (Sachsen)2. Verbesserte und Vermehrte [improved and augmented] 1:200,0000 [Swakopmund: Sam Cohen Library, 9 April 2014]. 

*Weule 1910[?]

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||Garoëb, J. 2002 Questions related to land rights in Namibia: A brief summary for presentation by the King of the Damaras on the occasion of a meeting with the United Evangelical Mission - Germany. 21 January 2002 [copy of letter given to Sian Sullivan by Max Haraseb (who was a member of the Damara delegation at this meeting), |Gaio Traditional Authority, in November 2014, and referred to with permission].

||Garoeb, J. 2017 Preface, pp. iv-v in Boois, S.M. Reflections on Modern Damara History: Ôae …Hōxae! Windhoek: Seth Boois and ||Garoeb Royal Foundation.  

||Gaseb, N., Xoagub, A., ≠Eixab, H., !Goaseb, R., Namises, R. and Xoagub, R. 2007 Public lecture on the legendary ≠Nukhoe HERO, Gao |Gôab |Haiha ||Guruseb. Windhoek: Zero Degrees.

||Hawaxab, F. 2019 Ancestral Land Claim Presentation: Nami-Daman Traditional Community, Sesfontein, Kunene Region. Sesfontein: Nami-Daman Traditional Authority.

!Ao-||Aexas Community 1991 Submission to National Conference on Land Reform. 25 June - 1 July 1991, Windhoek.

!Haroës, I. 2010 Max !Gâgu Dax: In the footsteps of the uncrowned prince (1869-1972). The Namibian 17 September 2010.

!Uri≠khob, S. 2019[2004] Attitudes and perceptions of local communities towards the reintroduction of black rhino (Diceros bicornis bicornis) into their historical range in northwest Kunene Region, Namibia: A Masters Dissertation from 2004. Future Pasts Working Paper 6**

Abrahams, A., Anderson, M.D. and Kolberg, H. n.d. Orange River Mouth: A Wetland of International Importance. Windhoek: Ministry of Environment and Tourism, http://www.namibweb.com/orange-river-mouth.pdf Accessed 121017.

Abel, H. 1954 Beiträge zur landeskunde des Kaokoveldes (Südwestafrika). Deutsche Geographische Blätter 47: 7–123.

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*Albrecht, M., Berke, H., Eichhorn, B., Frank, T., Kuper, R., et al. 2001 Oruwanje 95/1: a late Holocene stratigraphy in northwestern Namibia. Cimbebasia 17: 1–22.

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*Anon 1955 Die Gedenkboek van die 150 Jarige Bestaan van Warmbad, SWA. Cape Town: Citadel Press.

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Anon 2015 Claudius’ Map of Governor van der Stel’s Journey to the “Copper Mountains”, 1685. Online. http://www.worldhistory.biz/sundries/47620-claudius-map-of-governor-van-der-stel-s-journey-to-the-copper-mountains-1685.html#1663 (21.08.2017).

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*Battistoni, A.K. and Taylor, J.J. 2009 Indigenous identities and military frontiers. Reflections on San and the military in Namibia and Angola, 1960-2000. Lusotopie. Recherches Politiques Internationales Sur Les Espaces Issues de l’Histoire et de La Colonisation Portugaises XVI(1): 113-131.

*Beaumont, P.B. and Boshier, A.K. 1974 Report on test excavations in a prehistoric pigment mine near Postmasburg, Northern Cape. S. African Archaeological Bulletin 29: 49-59.

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*Bell, M. 1963 They Came From a Far Land. Cape Town: Maskew Miller Ltd. [written by the grand-daughter of Jane Hoole]

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*Boden, G. 2009 The Khwe and West Caprivi before Namibian independence: matters of land, labour, power and alliance. Journal of Namibian Studies 5: 27-71.

*Boden, G. 2014 ‘Elephant is my chief and my councillors are kudus, we don’t talk and I will not get development’ - status of crop cultivation projects and other livelihood options in Bwabwata National Park. Unpublished research report.

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*Budack, K.F.R.H. 1972 Die Traditionelle Politische Struktur der Khoe-Khoen: Stamm und Stammesregierung auf Historischer Grundlage. PhD Thesis, Pretoria.

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*Burchell, W. 1822 Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa. London: Longman, Hurst, Bees, Orme and Brown.

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