The Oxford History of the British Empire - Vol. 3

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INDEX
Abbas II, Khedive of Egypt643, 657
Aberdeen, George James Gordon, Fourth Earl of ( Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister) 130, 131, 211
Aberdeen, Lady 542
Abolition Society ( London) 202, 275
Aborigines' Protection Society209, 210, 212, 215-20, 456, 588
Abyssinia (Ethiopia)106, 108, 109, 113
Acadians 534
Achebe, Chinua ( writer) 682
Acts of Parliament, see Statutes
Adam, James ( emigration agent) 83
Addington, Henry, First Viscount Sidmouth ( Prime Minister) 203
Adelaide, South Australia255, 550
Aden18, 108, 114, 255, 635
Admiralty 18, 215, 332, 333, 337, 340
Hydrographic Department295, 296-7
Instructions for Hydrographic Surveyors 309
Manual of Scientific Enquiry309
role in exploration 295, 296-7, 300, 306
Adowa, Battle of ( 1896) 644
Afghanistan, Afghans 12, 13-14, 177, 262, 278, 341, 434, 440
Fist Afghan War (1838-42)250, 401, 417
Second Afghan War (1878-79)334
Africa, Africans 13-15, 18, 24, 42, 65, 102, 113-4, 118, 140, 237, 244, 259, 267, 342
exploration in 296, 301, 302, 304, 306-7, 311, 312, 313, 647-5
partition of 6, 14-15, 17, 118, 140-4, 216, 218, 287, 624-50
partition by:
annexation 628, 629, 637, 643; diplomacy 624, 629, 633, 636-40, 641, 643, 648-9; European conquest 640-49; frontier demarcation 628, 629-30, 632, 639, 640, 644; Protectorates 629, 630, 637, 638, 641, 644
responses to conquest 679-88
Africa, Central637, 638, 673, 674, 682
Africa, East15, 92, 118, 194, 265, 206, 313, 351, 352, 666, 673-5, 678
partition of 635, 637, 638, 639, 640, 643-4,
Africa, North11, 626, 649, 652
Africa, South24, 56, 135, 512, 597-623, 626, 629-30, 649, 683-4, 693, 706-7
annexations 601, 602, 603-4, 608
colonial self-government in 602, 603, 608, 610, 614, 615, 619, 620-2
Drifts Crisis 611
economy and trade 44, 45, 48, 598, 599, 601, 602, 603, 604-5, 616, 619, 620, 630-1, 632, 642
federation of 22, 605-6, 607, 610-11, 614, 619-22, 624-5, 628
frontiers of white settlement 192, 597-8, 601-3, 609, 611
gold 604, 609-10, 611, 616-17, 619-20, 621, 622
High Commission for 601, 606, 607, 608, 615, 629, 631-2
migration to 36, 46-7, 78, 81, 598, 599-601, 602, 604-5, 609-10, 619-20
partition of 624-5, 628-32, 641-3
population 598, 601, 605, 609
Union of 6, 18, 22, 234, 614, 620-22
and western technology 257-8, 261-2, 263, 264-5
see also Cape Colony; Natal; Orange Free State; railways; South African War; Transvaal
Africa, South-West608, 637
Africa, Southern5, 24, 172, 207, 304, 326, 353, 365, 626, 628-32, 635, 641-3, 675-7, 679-81
extension of British authority in 191-4
partition of 625, 636-7, 638, 639, 641, 644, 645-9
trade 14-15, 35, 43, 118, 636-7, 645-8
and western technology 250, 252, 259, 261, 263, 265
African Association206, 295, 296, 300, 685
African Civilization Society210, 216
African Lakes Company611, 640, 641
Afrikaners 4, 20, 23, 180, 186, 189, 209, 265, 304, 342, 597-623, 628, 630, 683
Dutch Reformed Church 225
Great Trek 601
see also Africa, South; Cape Colony; Orange Free State; Transvaal
Agency Committee203
agriculture 20, 40, 56, 61, 65-7, 112-13, 115, 138, 482, 501-2, 504, 526, 550, 564, 575, 588-9, 658-60, 669, 694-5
machinery 248, 252, 264, 267, 482, 551
in South Africa599, 601, 603, 619, 620
see also plantations
Ainsworth, William ( explorer) 296

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