Irish settlement and identity in South Africa before 1910

@article{Mccracken1992IrishSA,
  title={Irish settlement and identity in South Africa before 1910},
  author={D. Mccracken},
  journal={Irish Historical Studies},
  year={1992},
  volume={28},
  pages={134-149}
}
Although there has been a continuous Irish presence at the Cape of Good Hope since the late eighteenth century, the chroniclers of the Irish diaspora have until the late 1980s ignored the continent of Africa. This was in part because relatively few Irish migrants ventured to Africa, but it is also the consequence of two other factors. The vast majority of Irish immigrants to Africa in the nineteenth century went to South Africa, a region which, with some exceptions, has been academically… Expand
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