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Notes on the Geography of South Africa: Cape Town Churches: Photo 5

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An Afrikaner Scot? Come again? But a number of Scots were imported by the British in hopes that they would Anglicize the Boers. Instead they went native, learned Afrikaans, and became leading figures in the Dutch Reformed Church. The town of Robertson is named for this same Dr. Robertson. The top of the caption reads: "To the glory of God and to the memory of William Robertson."

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