Africa did not see the same large-scale migrations of Scots as did North America and the Antipodes, but at times sizable numbers arrived, especially so in South Africa. Within the context of these migratory streams as well as the wider questions of race and racial conflict, this chapter assess the development of Scottish ethnic associations within the South African frontier zone, but also other societies where Scots settled, particularly British East Africa. It was there that Scottish associations served distinct civic functions as platforms for political interaction.
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