University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year Seminar Papers 1971-72. in black cloth

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(University of Malawi). University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year Seminar Papers 1971-72. N.pl.: n.,pub., n.d. [1972]. Individually paginated (totalling approx. 216 pages). Maps. Folio, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A bound collection of mimeographed Final YearSeminar Papers. Of nautical interest, paper 9 - “Transport on Lake Malawi as a Factor in Malawi's History” by Paul Dennis Kelly, pp 1-8. Contents : 1. “The Development of African participation in the Blantyre Mission” (by Rev. S.D. Chiphangwi, 15 pp). 2. “The Mlowoka Factor in Tumbuka History” (by Rosemary Chirembo, 8 pp). 3. “The International Boundaries of Malawi” (by Lemson Samson Chitsamba, 18 pp, with 3 maps). 4. “The History of T.A. Malemia” (by H.F.G. Funsani, 11 pp, with map). 5. “A Survey of the Malawi Young Pioneers” (by Scopas Ari Gorinwa, 13 pp). 6. “The Chiefs Reaction to closer union proposals in Malawi” (by Isabel Grace Gondwe, 10 pp). 7. “The Impact of Mua Mission and Malawi Peoples on Njolo Village” (by Venencia E.W. Jeremiah, 12 pp). 8. “The Alomwe Factor in Malawi Politics” (by Matilda Kayira, 12 pp). 9. “Transport on Lake Malawi as a Factor in Malawi's History” (by Paul Dennis Kelly, 8 pp). 10. “The Ngoni-Tumbuka-Chewa Interrelations between 1840 and 1960 in the Marginal Tumbuka-Chewa Area of Malawi” (by Gadi G.Y.Mgomezulu, 17 pp, with map). 11. “Tumbuka-Ngoni Relation in the Mzimba Dis trict” (by J.B.C. Mkandawire, 17 + 6 pp). 12. “U.M.C.A. Education for girlsin Malawi” (by Emily T. Mwenifumbo, 12 pp). 13. “Development of Secondary Education in Malawi” (by James L. Ng'ombe, 8 pp). 14. “A brief assessment of the Medical Work by the Livingstonia Missionaries from 1875-1910” (by A.C.H. Nyasulu, 13 pp, with illustration and map). 15. “A Migrant Community: The case of the Lomwe of Malawi” (by Imelda Salamba, 9 pp, with 2 maps). 16.“The British Occupation of Malawi: The Military Odds (1850s-1900)” (by Dis ton S. Sankhani, 10 pp, with map). 17. “The Tangwena Episode” (by Florence Shaba, 17 pp, with map). Some penned corrections, else very good. Uncommon.150.00

Title: University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year Seminar Papers 1971-72. in black cloth

Author Name: University of Malawi

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