living conditions

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Early Indian Settlers

Early Indian Settlers

Early Indenture Indian families

Image of early Indentured Indian Labour in the Colony of Natal

Indian Family outside hut

Beyond indenture and until the 1960s, the majority of the descendants of the Indian indentured continued to experience abnormal family lifeĀ ...

Wood and iron houses in Clairwood

Photos from "How We Live"

Cato Manor

Man holding the telephone

Cato Manor

Shanty living conditions in Cato Manor

Cato Manor

Residents of Cato Manor in a car at Cato Manor

Cato Manor

Man and his child in a shanty at Cato Manor

Cato Manor

Living conditions of residents in Cato Manor

Cato Manor

Children standing at the entrance of their house

Cato Manor

Man in the car

Cato Manor

Two men on a bench outside their house

Cato Manor

Women and children in a group photograph

Cato Manor Residents

Family at their house in Cato Manor

Residence of Cato Manor

Women in a group at Cato Manor

Cato Manor - housing

Housing living conditions in Cato Manor

Family Hut
The Indian Question

Submits for public information the following Declarations. Statements....Question in the Union. and more particularly in Natal....

Report from the Protector of Indian Immigrants to Colonial Secretary dated

Colonial Secretary. Much of the information finished in the Boards remarks on the defects adverted to by the commission was derived, necessarily from me I can therefore say very little to Supplement those remarks.

Reply to General Smuts

Reply to General Smuts

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