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Memorial To Pre-Pioneers Of Rhodesia  Rhodesians Worldwide
 Oct 19, 2012 00:35 PDT 

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*Memorial To Pre-Pioneers Of Rhodesia***

*The Mangwe Pass Memorial to the pre- Pioneers was unveiled on July 18,
1954, by Sir Robert Tredgold. a great-grandson of Robert Moffat who was one
of the first Europeans to enter the pass. The inscription reads:

"One hundred years ago the first of the missionaries, hunters and traders
passed slowly and resolutely along this way.

"Honour their memory.

"They revealed to those who followed the bounties of a country they
themselves might not enjoy—8/7/1954*."

To view this article on line click on the link below
http://rhodesianheritage.blogspot.com/2012/10/memorial-to-pre-pioneers-of-rhodesia.html
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<p><i><span style="font-family:"Bookman Old Style","serif"">The Mangwe Pass Memorial to the pre- Pioneers was unveiled on July 18, 1954, by Sir Robert Tredgold. a great-grandson of Robert Moffat who was one of the first Europeans to enter the pass. The inscription reads:<br>
<br>"One hundred years ago the first of the missionaries, hunters and traders passed slowly and resolutely along this way.<br><br>"Honour their memory.<br><br>"They revealed to those who followed the bounties of a country they themselves might not enjoy—8/7/1954</span></i><span style="font-family:"Bookman Old Style","serif"">."<br>
<br>To view this article on line click on the link below<br><a href="http://rhodesianheritage.blogspot.com/2012/10/memorial-to-pre-pioneers-of-rhodesia.html" target="_blank">http://rhodesianheritage.blogspot.com/2012/10/memorial-to-pre-pioneers-of-rhodesia.html</a> </span><u></u><u></u></p>
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