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FHYA curation of a selection from Richard Patrick's Research Material, and Other Items

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  • 2017 -

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018: The FHYA selection from Richard Patrick’s material consists of material specifically related to his work on Swazi lineages and his time in Swaziland, as well as a biography of Richard Patrick written by Bob Forrester. Patrick began interviewing people in Swaziland in the early 80s after having read James Matsebula’s ‘History of Swaziland’. He worked as a photo archivist at the ‘Times of Swaziland’. He published Swazi lineages in the paper and wrote articles on history. He joined a regiment and was given the name Mdvumowencwala. He then worked as a researcher in the National Museum in Lobamba. This material has been uploaded by the FHYA with the permission of the Patrick family.]

FHYA curation of a selection from John Parkington's Research Material

  • Selection
  • 2017 -

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018: The FHYA selection from John Parkington’s research material consists of additional material related to his excavations of the uMgungundlovu site between 1973 and 1975 which he retained in his personal possession.]

FHYA curation of a selection from Carolyn Hamilton's Research Material

  • Selection
  • 2017 -

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018: The FHYA selection from Carolyn Hamilton’s Research Material consists of maps of the Swazi area that were discarded by the Government of the Kingdom of Swaziland’s Surveyor General and given to the Swaziland National Archives in Lobamba. The Swaziland National Archives did not want to maintain custody of the maps, and offered them to Carolyn Hamilton who was working in the Swazi National Archives on the Swaziland Oral History Project. These maps relate to the Five Hundred Year Archive project owing to the fact that they come from the FHYA target area and provide context for the Swaziland Oral History Project.]