By Trey H , Amisha B, and Jack S
-They introduced a Hut Tax to increase revenues to colonial governments. This tax was charged on every one who owned a hut, poor or rich. The tax wasn't a law, but it was portrayed as a customary practice by the British colonial governments.
- In 1652 The Dutch East India company established a base at Cape of Good Hope, which later was given to the British.
-In 1795 The Dutch army surrendered Cape Town to the British because they weren't making enough profit from the crops.
-In 1803 Treaty of Amiens returned Cape of Good Hope to the Dutch.
Indigenous African warriors and how they dressed. They had a lack of defensive weapons.
The Europeans were more modern and had access to better weapons and battle gear.
The ships that carried cash crops and supplies that needed to be traded.
- Why you think the population of whites in South Africa was high in 1865?
- What are some negative affects on culture and politics because of imperialism?
- How did South Africa benefit from imperialism?