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by Bridglal Pachai

  • ISBN: 0889994366
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  • Author: Bridglal Pachai
  • Publisher: Lancelot Press; First Edition edition (1989)
  • ePub book: 1877 kb
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Bridglal Pachai ONS CM (30 November 1927 – 27 November 2019) was a South African-born Canadian educator, historian and author.

Bridglal Pachai ONS CM (30 November 1927 – 27 November 2019) was a South African-born Canadian educator, historian and author. Born in Umbulwana, Natal, he went to school in nearby Ladysmith, and later graduated with a doctorate from the University of South Africa in 1963. He taught at universities in Ghana and Malawi. In 1975, he moved to Canada with his family and taught history as a Senior Killam Fellow at Nova Scotia's Dalhousie University.

South Africa's Indians, Accidental Opportunities, My Africa, my Canada, Blacks, Beneath the Clouds of the Promised Land, Historic Black Nova Scotia, Echoes of Africa.

Author of Land and politics in Malawi, 1875-1975, South Africa's Indians, Accidental Opportunities, My Africa, my Canada, Blacks, Beneath the Clouds of the Promised Land, Historic Black Nova Scotia, Echoes of Africa. Beneath the Clouds of the Promised Land. Historic Black Nova Scotia. Echoes of Africa: An Historical Novel in Two Parts.

Pachai has left an indelible mark on the historiography and scholarship of African Canada. For my course on African Nova Scotian history, I use his Nova Scotia Black Experience Through the Centuries. It is a great resource: well-written, scholarly, and insightful. Both the students and I love this book.

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He is author of seven published books, including his own autobiography entitled My Africa, My Canada, published in October 1989. Dr. Pachai and his wife Leela have four sons and two daughters.

His work was published in the book Illness and Healing: Images of Cancer, which is today presented by the Robert Pope Foundation . My Africa, My Canada.

His work was published in the book Illness and Healing: Images of Cancer, which is today presented by the Robert Pope Foundation to first-year medical students across Canada. Pope's Illness and Healing was the recipient of the Richardson Award in 1992  .

Bridglal Pachai profiles in Canada. Reconnect with friends. Get authenticated information for Bridglal Pachai. Find local businesses nearby Bridglal Pachai. More than 12 million profiles. Bridglal Pachai - Nova Scotia (NS).

Home Pachai, Bridglal South Africa's Indians The Evolution of a Minority. South Africa's Indians The Evolution of a Minority. ISBN 10: 0819106569, ISBN 13: 9780819106568. Published by University Press of America, 1978. Table of contents: Aliens in the political hierarchy, Bridglal Pachai - The Labour League and the franchise question in the struggle for responsible government in Natal, J. Lambert - 'Roses and rue' : public opinion in Natal, 1910-1915, A. J. Van Wyk - The Cape community during the period of responsible government, Edna Bradlow - The Orange Free State.

These profiles reflect the diversity of the African Nova Scotian experience – from Marie Hamilton, a schoolteacher who educated generations of black children, to James Robinson Johnston, the first African Nova Scotian lawyer; from Portia White, one of Canada’s most famous musicians, to William P, Oliver and the many other pastors who have helped to keep the black community strong.