VASSA Journal Vol. 31. Moving inside: changing values, attitudes and world view: Pat Kramer; Moordenaarsgat: a correction: Nigel Amschwand; People and places of the Piketberg: Antonia Malan
An introduction to the identification of ceramics excavated from ceramics excavated from 18th and 19th century archaeological sites: Jane Klose & Antonia Malan (eds)
FARMS, RUINS AND ROCK ART, CEDARBERG 26th – 28th May 2017 This year we are having a change of pace and turning our attention to the Cedarberg, where we plan to visit the Biedouw Valley and the valley of the Doring River.
Mense en plekke van die Piketberg-kontrei Gedenk die verlede en teken dit op vir die toekoms 2015. ‘n Oudio-visuele opname van die stories van families wat verbintenisse het met plase en nedersettings van die Suidelike Sandveld. Die Sandveldse Mondelinge Geskiedenis – 8 June 2015 www.piketbergmuseum.co.za
Remembering and Recording the Past for the Future Read all about this fruitful collaborative project on people and places in the Piketberg region that started work in October 2013 and what it has achieved – on display now at the Piketberg museum. CLICK HERE FOR THE ENGLISH CONTENTS & COPIES ARE FOR SALE AT MONTHLY VASSA […]
Pat Kramer – Joanna on VASSA excursions: always curious; Eureka Barnard & Leana du Preez – Joanna Marx, a memory; Ron Viney – Of honnehokke and other things; Andy Selfe – Joanna Marx: an inspiration to milling; Nigel Amschwand – When Joanna introduced me to James Walton; Ilse Arendse – The Joanna Marx Collection; Ron Viney – A Tribute
This guide was compiled from the printed guide and first supplement entitled Handlist of Manuscripts in the University of Cape Town Libraries, which was published during 1968, and three typewritten accession lists. This NAREM edition was assembled and updated in accordance with guidelines laid down by the National Archivist of the Republic of South Africa. […]
This land tenure, architectural history and conservation record of the property erf 608, Bonnievale, Western Cape, located at 25 Church Street, Bonnievale, is written with the particular intention of ensuring a historical record and the ongoing conservation of a materially modest but valuable fragment of our cultural heritage. By Thys Hattingh and Keith Loynes PRINTED […]
Gabriël (Gawie) Fagan: The genesis and development of a new Cape vernacular: Arthur Barker; Moordenaarsgat: A contested farm in the Kareebergen: Nigel Amschwand.