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PYGMY WORLD, THE ENDANGERED BAMBUTI OF CONGO

By Mwangi, Samuel Muraguri

Nairobi: The Olive Marketing and Publishing Company. Very Good. 2008. Softcover. THE; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" ; 164 pages .

$39.95

WHO KILLED THE CONGO

By Schuyler, Philippa

NY: The Devin-Adair Company. Very Good in Good+ dustjacket. 1962. Hardcover. The jacket is now protected in a new, removable mylar sleeve. The dustjacket has a couple of small chips missing from the edges. Two pages of the book have underlining. ; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" ; 310 pages .

$49.95

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES. VOLUME 16, NUMBER 4. DECEMBER 1990

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good+. 1990. Softcover. The 'perils of sex' in Colonial Zimbabwe. A critique of the historiography of transition on the Zambian copperbelt. Black admissions to the University of the Witwatersrand. More. ; 8vo .

$16.95

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOL. 4 NO. 1 1976

By Ochieng, William R. (editor)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Good+. 1976. Softcover. Some cover wear, crease down front cover, fading. The pages are very good and clean. Sound. ; The Mombasa-Victoria Railway, 1890-1902. Early development of Akamba local trade history c. 1780-1820. Survey of the evolution of the Kuria, c. 1500-1900. More. ; 8vo; 161 pages .

$22.95

AFRICA: JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN INSTITUTE. VOLUME 46, NUMBER 2 1976

By Dalby, David and David Parkin (editors)

London: International African Institute. Very Good. 1976. Softcover. The case of Yoruba crowns, 1900-1960. Colour symbolism and ideology in a Ghanaian healing movement. Food and female fertility in a West African society. More. ; 8vo; 111 pages .

$17.50

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOL. 5, NO. 1 1977

By Ochieng, William R. and Karim K. Janmohamed (editors)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Very Good. 1977. Softcover. Marxism and African history - Endre Sik and his critics. Ngotho (the ivory armlet) : an emblem of upper-tier status among the 19th century Akamba of Kenya, ca. 1830-1880. A quantitative assessment of the Arab slave trade of East Africa 1770-1896. The Taveta economy in the pre-colonial period. More. ; 8vo; 168 pages .

$24.95

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOL. 2 NO. 2 1974

By Ochieng, William R. (editor)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Good+. 1974. Softcover. Some cover fading and light wear. Clean ; Case study of the Capricon African Society. Outline biography of Simeon Kiplangat arap Baliach, a colonial African Chief. Biography of Chief Mukudi of Samia and Bunyala. The Asian question in Uganda 1894-1972. German imperialism in Africa, the activities of Carl Peters revisited. How the sleeping sickness came to South Busoga. The Marakwet of Kenya. Much more. ; 8vo; 122 pages .

$24.95

AFRICA: JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN INSTITUTE. VOLUME 46, NUMBER 1 1976

By Dalby, David and David Parkin (editors)

London: International African Institute. Very Good. 1976. Softcover. Generation classes among the Mbeere of Central Kenya. Myth, ritual and the authority of elders in an Ethiopian society. Analysis of an African Zionist ritual. A fiction of Chagga initiation and its relation to the logic of Chagga symbolism. More. ; 8vo; 115 pages .

$17.50

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOLUME 6 NO. 1 & 2 1978

By William R. Ochieng and Karim K. Janmohamed (editors)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Good. 1978. Softcover. Clean and sound with just some moderate handling wear. ; African commerce with Europeans: the development impact of international trade in the pre-modern era. Linguistic evidence regarding the territorial history of the Maa speaking peoples. Slave and free in Mombasa. Background to Nandi resistance to the British, 1895-1906. Law and witchcraft. More. ; 8vo; 182 pages .

$24.50

AFRICA: JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN INSTITUTE. VOLUME 47, NUMBER 1 1977

By Middleton, John and David Parkin (editors)

London: International African Institute. Very Good. 1977. Softcover. Initiation into the Bori cult. Sacrifice and social structure among the Kuranko. Art and immortality among the Yoruba of Nigeria. Marriage payments, household structure, and domestic labour-supply among the Barma of Chad. More. ; 8vo; 122 pages .

$17.50

AFRICA: JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN INSTITUTE. VOLUME 46, NUMBER 3 1976

By Dalby, David and David Parkin (editors)

London: International African Institute. Very Good. 1976. Softcover. Nyoro symbolism, the ethnographic record. Medicine, fetish and secret society in a West African culture. Some notions of purity and impurity among the Zulu. More. ; 8vo; 97 pages .

$17.50

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOL. 4 NO. 2 1976

By Ochieng, William R. (editor)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Very Good. 1976. Softcover. The Baganda and the Japanese: comparative response to modernization. Long disctance trade in Kigezi District: a case study of Bakiga in the precolonial era 1500-1930. More. ; 8vo; 184 pages .

$24.95

KENYA HISTORICAL REVIEW: THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA. VOL. 1 NO. 2 1973

By Ochieng, William R. (editor)

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Historical Review. Fair. 1973. Softcover. The pages are good to very good and clean. More than average cover wear, but all is sound. ; Treatment of slaves on the Kenya coast in the 19th century. History of caravan porters in East Africa. Marxism and African history. The Mau Mau transformation from social banditry to social rebellion. More. ; 8vo; 133 pages .

$19.95

TARIKH: MODERNISERS IN AFRICA. 1967 VOL. 1 NO. 4

By Webster, J. B. and O. Ikime (editors)

Longman. Very Good+. 1971. Softcover. Name inside front, else very nice and clean. ; Topics include: Muhammad Ali, Moderniser of Egypt; Emperor Theodore of Ethiopia, a 19th century Visionary; Samori Toure; Joseph Jenkins Roberts; John Konny; and Koko: Amanyanabo of Nembe. ; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" ; 77 pages .

$19.47

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 10, NUMBER 1: OCTOBER 1983

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good+. 1983. Softcover. Special issue on Women in Southern Africa. Articles include: the emigration of single British women to the Transvaal, 1901-1910; the subordination of Southern Tswana women ca 1800-1840; comparative study of South African women's resistance in Bloemfontein and Johannesburg; history of maize-growers in Mazabuka, Zambia; rural women in Zomba, Malawi; women in Botswana; Ruth First, a Tribute, more. ; 8vo; 143 pages .

$16.22

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 13, NUMBER 2: JANUARY 1987

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good+. 1987. Softcover. Special issue on The Policial Economy of Health in Southern Africa. Tuberculosis and the development of industrial health policies on the Witwatersrand, 1902-1932. Bloemfontein and the consequences of the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918. The debate over the training of Black medical personnel for the rural black population in South Africa in the 1920s and 1930s. Facing the 'Black Peril": the politics of population control in South Africa. Work and health in Namibia. ; 8vo; 123 pages .

$16.22

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 16, NUMBER 1: MARCH 1990

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good. 1990. Softcover. Reform, repression and resistance in South Africa: a case study of Alexandra Township, 1979-1989. A question of ethnicity: Ndzundza Ndebele in a Lebowa village. The role of the Isitshozi in the development of ethnic organisations in the compounds. The cows of Nongoloza: youth, crime and Amalaita gangs in Durban, 1900-1936. The Sophiatown writers of the fifties: the unreal reality of their world. Soviet-Angolan relations under Gorbachev. ; 8vo; 199 pages .

$16.22

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 15, NUMBER 4: OCTOBER 1989

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Near Fine. 1989. Softcover. "Marginal Men": the colonial experience in Malawi. State policy and technological change -- the development of the South African telecommunications industry. Sebatakgomo: migrant organization, the ANC and the Sekhukhuneland revolt. Malawi-Mozambique relations, 1961-1987. The origins of agrarian capitalism in South Africa: a critique of the 'Social History' perspective. The origins of agrarian capitalism in South Africa: a reply. ; 8vo; 164 pages .

$16.22

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 9, NUMBER 2: APRIL 1983

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good+. 1983. Softcover. Marxism, feminism and South African studies. Planter, peasants and the Colonial state: the impact of the Native Tobacco Board in the central province of Malawi. The rise of Cape Gentry. Idioms of madness: Zomba lunatic asylum, Nyasaland, in the colonial period. Riches from rags: bosses and unions in the Cape Clothing Industry 1926-1937. Capitalism and colonialism in Mozambique. ; 8vo; 132 pages .

$16.22

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3: APRIL 1989

By [No Author]

Oxford University Press. Very Good+. 1989. Softcover. The dynamics of gender politics in the hostels of Cape Town. Zimbabwean worker protest and culture after World War I. Community theatre and public health in Malawi. C. W. De Kiewiet, the imperial factor, and South African 'Native Policy'. Political violence and the struggle for control in Pietermaritzburg. ; 8vo; 143 pages .

$16.22

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