University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Seminar Papers 1968-69. black cloth

By: University of Malawi PACHAI, Bridglal

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(University of Malawi). University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Seminar Papers 1968-69. N.pl.: n.,pub., n.d. [1969]. Individually paginated (totalling approx. 470 pages). Maps. Folio, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A bound collection of mimeographed History Seminar Papers, and otheritems. Contents : 1. “A brief historical survey of the Indian community in Malawi” (by M.A. Karolia, 16 pp). 2. “Trade, Steam, and Society among the Yao in the Nineteenth Century” (by Edwardc A. Alpers, 14 pp, with map). 3. “The Nyasaland Rising of 1915: An Assessment of the Events leading to It” (by Bridglal Pachai, 19 pp). 4. “A general survey of the history of the Lambya of Chiripa District” (by Owen Kalinga, 15 pp). 5. “The Anglo-Portuguese Conflict for Control over Nyasaland” (by Tony Lewis James Mandala, 12 pp). 6. “Maramuca : An Exercise in the Combined Use of Portuguese Records and Oral Tradition” (by D.P. Abraham, 9 pp). 7. “Notes on Background to Rhodesia Crisis” (3 pp). 8. “The Northern Ngoni; a political system” (by D.I. Nkhoma, 9 pp). 9. “A Century of Work at Zimbabwe” (12 pp). 10. “The Progress of Man in Africa” (by L.S.B. Leakey, 12 pp). 11. “Messianism and Protest in Central Africa” (3 pp). 12. “Field Techniques for Collecting and Processing Oral Data” (19 pp). 13. “The Issue of Labour in Nyasaland” (by M.A. Munthali,11 pp). 14. “The Issue of Land in Nyasaland – 1891-1953” (by William Edwar d Mvalo, 11 pp). 15. “Some Aspects of the History of the Tonga up to 1934” (by C.Z. Mphande, 9 pp). 16. “The Ngoni of Mchinji” (by M.P. Katayeni, 6 pp, with map). 17. “The Rhodesian Constitutional Crisis” (by Owen Kalinga, 18pp). 18. “The Shire Highlands; aspects of its importance in Malawi history ” (by W.S. Khoza, 9 pp). 19. “Concepts of amalgamation and partnership in Central Africa” (by M.Y.J. Mwimba, 12 pp). 20. “The Nyasaland Rising of 1915: An Assessment of the Events leading to It” (by Bridglal Pachai, 19 pp) [repeated entry]. 21. “The 1915 Rising in Nyasaland” (by H.K. Ngoma, 14 pp). 22. “The United Nations and Southern Africa” (by B.J. Chimutu, 13 pp). 23. “Trade, Steam, and Society among the Yao in the Nineteenth Century” (by Edwardc A. Alpers, 14 pp, with map) [repeated entry]. 24. “The Political and Religious Elite in the History of Undi's Malawi Empire, 1600-1890” (by Langworthy, 24 pp, with map). 25. “Taxation in Nyasaland 1891-1915” (by M.P. Katayeni, 7 pp). 26. “The Political Organization of the Yao in Southern Nyasaland” (by J. Clyde Mitchell, 28 pp, with maps). 27. “The Peoples of Malawi” (by Bridglal Pachai, 19 pp). 28. “The United Nations and Southern Africa” (by B.J. Chimutu, 13 pp) [repeated entry]. 29. “A brief historical survey ofthe Indian community in Malawi” (by M.A. Karolia, 16 pp) [repeated entry]. 30. “Report of the Commission Appointed by His Excellency the Governor to Inquire into Various Matters and Questions Concerned with the Native Risingwithin the Nyasaland Protectorate” (10 pp). 31. “A general survey of the h istory of the Lambya of Chiripa District” (by Owen Kalinga, 15 pp) [repatedentry]. 32. “African Reactions to European Rule, Matabeleland 1896.” (10 p p)/ 33. “Development of Education in Malawi 1875-1967” (by Howard D. Chimzimu, 20 pp). Lightly rubbed, else very good. Uncommon. 140.00

Title: University of Malawi, Chancellor College, History Seminar Papers 1968-69. black cloth

Author Name: University of Malawi PACHAI, Bridglal

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Publisher: 1969,:

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