Why exchanges human interaction Farmer adopted mays high yield crop Period of

Why exchanges human interaction farmer adopted mays

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Why exchanges: human interactionFarmer adopted mays, high yield crop. Period of above average rainforestImproved their living condition Incredibly thirsty Large pop. Of human and cattle. How did they adopted mais. By portugees traders. Crossed the great fish river and intercontact with the cape colonistInformed abut 100 years of war, 1779 ending in 1879 Accused pop of attacking them and taking the cattle.Forced to interveneResulted in a treated and the exchanged of cattle. Policy determined the region left on-ouccupied Change in framework of the euro. Context The British became involved Ape colon and Khoisan wars occurred between the British occupation
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Stress the result: the destruction of xhosa society Weak frontier caused friction Environmental increased issues 80 years of warTaking cattle, 2 xhosa teenagers girls had a visionXhosa cattle should be slathered, and the crop should be burnt Sprit was obeyed, Xhosad population complied. Those that did not complied were blamed. Other migrated in search of employmentSociety got destroyedLost access to their won landBecome Christian, social values were essentially destroyed, taking by Boers farmer and new life framework giving by the missionary British based in capetown Legislation to in pinched on the boersAbolition of the slave trades1820 the British were trying to comeback this concept British imposed regional official1826 pointed a guardian slaves, directives o British ruled were enforced un rural areas. British capacities to follow through were limited Believed that the British: Thought the British would protect them, but not true. Discourse of a British elite imposing laws on a Dutch rural population. 5 years transitions period, gave slave the slave right but nit equality. They wee heavily impoverished Become resident on mission
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