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us: Jabavu, Davidson D. T. (Davidson Don Tengo), 1885-1959

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  • Fuller Name

    • Davidson Don Tengo
  • Variants

    • us: Jabavu, D. D. T. (Davidson Don Tengo), 1885-1959
    • us: Jabavu, Davidson D. T. (Davidson Don Tengo), b. 1885
    • us: Jabavu, Davidson Don Tengo, 1885-
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    • Birth Place

        (naf) King William's Town (South Africa)
    • Death Place

        (naf) East London (South Africa)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) South Africa
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) University College of Fort Hare
    • Organization

        (naf) University College of Fort Hare
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: All-African National Convention
    • Organization

        All-African National Convention
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      Jabavu, Davidson D. T. (Davidson Don Tengo), b. 1885Jabavu, Davidson D. T.(Davidson Don Tengo),b. 1885 Jabavu, Davidson Don Tengo, 1885-Jabavu, Davidson Don Tengo,1885-
  • Sources

    • found: His Bantu literature, 1973: t.p. (Davidson D.T. Jabavu)
    • found: LC data base, 04-24-91 (hdg.: Jabavu, Davidson Don Tengo, 1885- ; usage: D.D.T. Jabavu)
    • found: The Native Bills, 1995: p.xi (died 1959)
    • found: Encyclopaedia Britannica (online), Aug. 6, 2015 (Davidson Don Tengo Jabavu; South African black educator and political leader; b. Oct. 20, 1885, King William's Town, Cape Colony (now in Cape Province); d. Aug. 3, 1959, East London, S. Africa; educated in South Africa, Wales, and the universities of London and Birmingham; he began teaching at Fort Hare Native College (later University College) in 1916; in Dec. 1935 he founded the All-African National Convention (AANC), bringing together opponents of white government's increasing disenfranchisement of non-whites; he retired from politics after 1948 and devoted his time to teaching Latin and Bantu languages at University College, Fort Hare)
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