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Title:The Fort Tuli cemetery reconsidered
Authors:Burrett, Rob S.ISNI
Quick, GeoffISNI
Year:2009
Periodical:Heritage of Zimbabwe (ISSN 0556-9605)
Issue:28
Pages:40-56
Language:English
Notes:biblio. refs., ills.
Geographic terms:Zimbabwe
Southern Africa
Subjects:cemeteries
colonists
1800-1899
History, Archaeology
Zimbabwe--History
Pioneers
Abstract:For several years the Fort Tuli (now known as Fort Thuli) cemetery (25 graves) in southern Zimbabwe has been the focus of a programme of research. This paper summarizes the information gathered to date. It highlights problems with current markings in the Pioneer Cemetery, which is part of Zimbabwe National Monument no. 94. It also summarizes the individual histories of the people who died and were buried there, many of whom, during their life, served in the British South Africa Company Police (BSACP), British South Africa Police (BSAP), Bechuanaland Border Police (BBP) and Rhodesia Regiment (RR). Bibliogr., notes. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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