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Published by Dept. of African Languages, Rhodes University in Grahamstown .
Written in English

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  • Jordan, Archibald Campbell -- Bibliography

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementJill Ainslie.
SeriesWorking papers / Department of African Languages, Rhodes University -- no. 6, Working paper (Rhodes University. Dept. of African Languages) -- no. 6
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ8457.12 A35
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 15 leaves. --
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19497590M
ISBN 100868100803
OCLC/WorldCa9693970

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Archibald Campbell Jordan: a bibliography. [Jill Ainslie] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Archibald C Jordan; A C Jordan: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jill Ainslie. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Three of his books were published following his death: Kwezo Mpindo zeTsitsa (), Tales from Southern Africa, (), and Towards an African Literature: The emergence of literary form in Xhosa (). In , 36 years after his death, the University of Port Elizabeth conferred a doctorate in literature on Archibald Campbell Mzolisa Jordan.   AC Jordan was a novelist, poet and academic who became the first African to receive a PhD in phonological and grammatical study at the University of Cape Town (UCT). Archibald Campbell Mzolisa Jordan, a novelist, an academic and author, was born in in Mbokothwana Mission Station near Tsolo in Pondoland (now Eastern Cape). Archibald Campbell has 39 books on Goodreads with 39 ratings. Archibald Campbell’s most popular book is Records of Argyll; legends, traditions, and recol.

The estates of Campbell of Ashfield, and of the MacNeills of Arichonan, were also in serious trouble by , and with others such as the estate of Archibald Campbell's cousin, Captain Neil Campbell of Duntroon and Oib, it was only a matter of time, with the latter going bankrupt in 16 Campbell of Duntroon, in a vain attempt to save the. Journal of an expedition against the rebels of Georgia in North America under the orders of Archibald Campbell, Esquire, Lieut. Colol. of His Majesty's 71st Regimt., [Campbell, Archibald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Journal of an expedition against the rebels of Georgia in North America under the orders of Archibald Campbell, EsquireAuthor: Archibald Campbell.   Archibald Campbell Mzoliza Jordan Xhosa writer and linguist died in the United State of America in Madison Wisconsin. Jordan was born on 30 October at the Mbokothwana mission station in the Tsolo district of Pondoland. He did his education at Mbokothwana mission before moving to St John's College in Umtata where he qualified as a teacher. The Campbell-Jordan House East Liberty Street. Architects, as well as the casual visitor, are stunned by the "audacious bulk" of this magnificent house which somehow also manages to be a house of grace, beauty and distinction. It was here, in the eastern section of the home, that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Archibald Campbell was born in.

Kwezo Mpindo Zetsitsa by Archibald Campbell Jordan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.   A.C. Jordan, in full Archibald Campbell Jordan, (born Oct. 30, , Mbokothwana Mission, Cape Colony [now in South Africa]—died Oct. 20, , Madison, Wis., U.S.), Xhosa novelist and educator who belonged to the second generation of South African black writers (of which Es’kia Mphahlele and Peter Abrahams are the best known).. Jordan served as lecturer in Bantu languages . Department of State, William Henry Seward, Archibald Campbell, James C. Prevost, Northwest Boundary Commission, U.S. Government Printing Office, - Northwest boundary of the United States - pages. When Archibald Campbell Jordan passed away in , his student and sucessor to the Professorship of African Languages at UCLA, Professor Daniel Kunene, author of the only existant critical study of Thomas Mofolo and other texts, wrote an obituary in which he delineated the productivity of the great Xhosa novelist: "When in my Kroonstad High School days [early s], Dr. (then Mr.) Jordan was.