Elim : a cultural historical study of a Moravian mission station at the Southern extreme of Africa

Van der Hoven, Liane (2001-03)

Thesis (MA (Afrikaans Cultural History))--University of Stellenbosch, 2001.


Elim, a mission station of the Moravian Church, was established in 1824. The settlement is situated 48 kilometres from the southern extreme of the African continent. Vogelstruiskraal farm, is a sparsely populated area, a unique community has developed where the congregation is the community and the community is the congregation. ...

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