University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year History Seminar Papers 1972-3. blue cloth

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(University of Malawi). University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year History Seminar Papers 1972-3. N.pl.: n.,pub., n.d. [1973]. Individually paginated (totalling approx. 261 pages). Maps. Folio, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A bound collection of mimeographed History Seminar Papers. Of nautical interest : Paper 17 - “The Vipya Disaster and Its Aftermath” by Harry Thindwa (9 pages, with penned corrections) – a study of the sinking of the M.V. Vipya on Lake Malawi in 1946, the loss of life, an account of the inquiry, and the impact the disaster had on the country. Contents : 1. “Local administration in the Ntcheu District with special reference to the Ntcheu District Council” (by Michael M. Bonga, 11 pp, with map). 2. “Some aspects of the history of the Chipeta clan of Ecizibeni village of Ekwendeni, Nzimba District” (by Donald Phatiswayo Chipeta, 14 pp,with maps). 3. “The impact of the First World War on Northern Chitipa” (by F.S. Kalikene Chiwona, 12 pp, with map). 4. “The foundation and early year s of the Chichiri Government School” (by Charles Evans, 7 pp). 5. “African attitudes towards minority rule in Rhodesia (1965-1972)” (by Francis H. Harawa, 23 pp). 6. “The Yao Chieftainship of Nkanda: A preliminary history of its origins and growth to 1914” (by Che Yusuf Kokaka and M. Juwayeyi, 14 pp). 7. “The development of the Malawi Postal Services” (by Oliver Barry Kabambe, 13 pp). 8. “Impact of Malamulo Mission in Southern Thyolo 1902-1972: Abroad perspective” (by Cedrick K. Khanje, 15 pp). 9. “The role of Chefs in the rise of African nationalism in Malawi” (by Sandwell Kajumi Kuwali, 18 pp). 10. “An attempt to identify the factors of conversion in the history of Chisutu Mission 1925-1972” (by B.E. Masinga, 18 pp). 11. “The Dutch Reformed Church (Nkhoma Synod) and the development of rural society in the central region of Malawi” (by Benford Mtalimanja, 12 pp). 12. “An outline of thehistory of the Nthali clan” (by John Titus Munthali, 16 pp, with map). 13. “The establishment and development of Zomba Catholic Secondary School” (by Reginald Dickson Mushani, 21 pp). 14. “Trade, Politics and Religion in the Colonisation of Karonga” (by Mackenzie T.C. Ngosi, 15 pp). 15. “Reverend H arry Kambwiri Matecheta: A survey of his life and work 1870-1962” (by EmilyTrasphine Ngwira, 22 pp). 16. “The impact of the Roman Catholic Church on the life of the people of Mchinji District” (by Tiyifyanji D. Thawale, 21 pp). 17. “The Vipya Disaster and Its Aftermath” (by Harry Thindwa, 9 pp). Very good. Uncommon. 150.00

Title: University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Department, Final Year History Seminar Papers 1972-3. blue cloth

Author Name: University of Malawi

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