British Eastern and Central Africa

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Publisher: The Library in [Washington]

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  • Africa, East -- Bibliography.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa, East -- Bibliography.,
  • Africa, Central -- Bibliography.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa, Central -- Bibliography.

Edition Notes

Microfiche. Kaneohe, HI : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1997. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.

Statementby Helen F. Conover.
GenreBibliography.
SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-185
ContributionsConover, Helen Field.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ3551 .U5
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2, 52 p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20124635M

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The abundance of natural resources endemic to central and eastern Africa has been critical in shaping the trajectory of the civilizations that have made the region their home. Like the rest of the continent, however, the areas riches also made them vulnerable to slave traders and colonizers who left a devastating legacy in their wake.

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Routledge is proud to be re-issuing this landmark series in association with the International African Institute. The series, originally published between andcollected ethnographic information on the peoples of Africa, using all available sources: archives, memoirs and reports as well as anthropological research which, inhad only just begun.

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The war in East and Central Africa was one of the longest running of the Great War. It started on 8 August when the wireless station at Dar es Salaam was bombed and ended on 25 November when the Germans officially surrendered'' ''at Abercorn.

Although the African campaign was regarded as a sideshow by the European powers, for Africa the war was one in a long list of almost on-going. British East / Central Africa British West Africa / Liberia Children Books/Comics/Cards Ethiopia / Eritrea Introduction Children's Propaganda Photo Collections Prints and Ephemera European Popular Culture Postcard Collections Colonial Battalions Out of Print Books & Comics.

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It is this remarkable record of amateur medical practice in rural British East and South-Central Africa that is the subject of this study. It examines a selection of memoirs written by women who settled (or travelled at length) in the region between and   English in East Africa is a well-developed usage variety (or a cluster of usage varieties), although it is not as indigenized as in West Africa, for instance, because many functions in the language repertoire are still taken over by Kiswahili and other African languages.

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- that of the Kushites, probably a mixture of Hamitic and Negro stock. Further east is Ethiopia. The Ethiopians were probably of Hamitic origin, mixed later with.

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BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA, the general name given to the British protectorates in South Central Africa north of the Zambezi river, but more particularly to a large territory lying between 8° 25′ S.

on Lake Tanganyika and 17° 6′ S. on the river Shiré, near its confluence with the Zambezi, and between 36° 10′ E. (district of Mlanje) and 26° 30′ E. (river Luengwe-Kafukwe). Originally.The city subsequently came under Ottoman and British protection in the 18th century.

Berbers: An ethnic group indigenous to North Africa. They are distributed in an area stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Siwa Oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Niger River. the Near East, North Africa, and East Africa. The Ajuran. The migration of the Bantu people from their origins in southern West Africa saw a gradual population movement sweep through the central, eastern, and southern parts of the continent starting in the mid-2nd millennium BCE and finally ending before CE.

With them, the Bantu brought new technologies and skills such as cultivating high-yield crops and iron-working which produced more.