East Africa An Introductory History

ISBN-10: 1933202467
ISBN-13: 9781933202464
Edition: 3rd 2009
Authors: Robert M. Maxon
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List price: $29.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: West Virginia University Press
Publication date: 9/1/2009
Binding: Paperback
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

East African Geography
Topography
Climate
Vegetation and Soil
The Peopling of East Africa To C. 1000 A.D.
Early Stone Age
Middle Stone Age
Late Stone Age
Populations and Languages of East Africa
Food Production and Iron Working
The Early Iron Age and Bantu Migrations
Early Nilotic Migrations
Population Interaction and Absorption
The East African Coast To 1800
The Coastal Plain
Azania: The Coast to 1000 A.D.
The Swahili Period: 1000-1500
The Coming of Portuguese Dominance: 1500-1600
The Decline of Portuguese Control: 1600-1700
The Omani Period at the Coast: 1700-1800
The East African Interior: C.1000 To 1650
Uganda
The Rise of the Interlacustrine Kingdoms: Bunyoro-Kitara
Origin of the Kingdom of Nkore
Buganda Origins
Lwoo Migration into Uganda
Lwoo Migration within East Africa
Kenya
Highlands Nilotes
Plains Nilotes
Bantu and River-Lake Nilotes of Western Kenya: the Luhya and the Luo
The Thagicu Peoples
Mainland Tranzania
West Lake Region: the Haya States
West Central Tanzania: the Ntemi Chieftaincies
Eastern Tanzania
The East African Interior from the MID-Seventeenth to MID-Nineteenth Century
Uganda
Bunyoro-Kitara
Kabarega and the Rejuvenation of Bunyoro
Bugada: Territorial Expansion
Centralization and Strengthening of the Monarchy in Buganda
The Kingdom of Nkore
The Kingdom of Toro
Lwoo-Speaking Communities
Karamojong-Teso Movements
Kenya
Highlands Nilotes
Plains Nilotes
Western Kenya: the Luhya, Luo, and Gusii
The Thagicu Peoples: Kikuyu and Kamba
Mainland Tanazania
Northwestern Tanazania
Southern and Western Tanzania; the Coming of the Ngoni
Long Distance Trade in Tanzania
West-Central Tanzania: Trade and Political Centralization
East Africa and the Wider World in the Nineteenth Century
Oman and the East African Coast
Seyyid Said and Zanzibar
Economic Impact of Nineteenth Century Trade
Growth of External Commerce
Anti-Slave Trade Impetus, to European Involvement in East Africa
Missionary Impetus to European Involvement in East Africa
Christian Missions and Buganda
European Adventurers as Precursors of European Involvement in East Africa
The Scramble for East Africa
Britain and Zanzibar: �Informal Empire�
Egypt and the Scramble for East Africa
Germany Enters East Africa
Chartered Companies and the Scramble for Uganda
From Chartered Companies to Protectorates
The Establishment of European Rule: 1890S To 1914
Conquest and Resistance
The Ecological Catastrophe
Beginning Administration
Economic and Social Considerations
Uganda
Britian and Buganda
Buganda Sub-imperialism
The Buganda Agreement of 1900
Further Resistance to British Rule
Further Expansion of Colonial Rule
The Colonial Economy
Missions and Western Education
Kenya
The Uganda Railway
The Conquest of Kenya
European Settlement and Land
The Colonial Economy
Missions and Western Education
Social and Political Dominance of the European Settlers
German East Africa
The Conquest of German East Africa
The Colonial Economy
The Maji Maji Rebellion
Reform and Development under Rechenberg
Zanzibar
East Africa from the First World War to the Second: 1914-1939
Tanganyika
The War and German East Africa
The Start of British Rule in Tanganyika
Sir Donald Cameron and Indirect Rule
The Depression and After
Improvement and African Politics
Uganda
Peasant or Plantation Agriculture for Uganda
African Discontent and Politics
Education
Uganda's Asians
The Colonial Economy
Kenya
Kenya Africans and the War
Toward European Domination
The Asian Question
African Political Activism after the War
Settler Politics, Closer Union, and the Colonial Office
The Colonial Economy
African Protest in the 1930s
Zanzibar
The Rise of Nationalism and Achievement of Independence in East Africa: 1939-1963
World War II and East Africa
Tanganyika
Development and the Post-war Economy
Colonial Policy and African Politics after the War
TAVU and the Triumph of Mass Nationalism
The Colonial Economy
Uganda
Popular Discontent in Buganda
Sir Andrew Cohen and the �Kabaka Crisis�
National Politics and Buganda Separatism
Toward Independence242
The Colonial Economy
Kenya
The War and the Mitchell Era
The Coming of Mau Mau
The Emergency
Toward African Self-Government
The Colonial Economy
Zenzibar
Evolution of Political Parties
Toward Independence
Independent East Africa, 1960s To 1990s
Independence and Dependency
Attempts to Achieve Closer Cooperation in East Africa
Tanzania
Establishment of a Republic
Tanganyika to Tanzania
The One-Party State
Socialism and Self-reliance: the Arusha Declaration
Building a Socialist Tanzania
Retreat from Ujamaa
Foreign Affairs
Uganda
Cooperation and Conflict with Buganda
Political Turmoil and the Kabaka's Downfall
Uganda's New Republic
Obote's fall and the Amin Dictatorship
Post-Amin Uganda
Foreign Affairs
Kenya
KANU and the Unitary State
Two-party Politics: the KPU
Kenya in the 1970s
The Moi Presidency
End of the Moi Era
Foreign Affairs
Selected Bibliography
Glossary of African Terms
Index

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