Hist East Africa 3 by Catherine Marsh

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Number of Pages278
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ISBN 100521092647
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Condition: New. 3rd Revised edition. Language: English. Brand new Book. In this third edition of East Africa: An Introductory History, Robert M. Maxon revisits the diverse eastern region of Africa, including the modern nations of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.

The early history of East Africa is still largely a matter of conjecture. A few isolated but important records carry the story of the coastal region back to the first century A.D., but anything approaching continuity in the written sources can only be claimed for the period since the late fifteenth century.

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OCLC Number: Description: pages ;19 cm. Contents: I: Early history of East Africa --II: Zanzibar under Seyyid Said --III: The East African slave trade and the Abolition movement --IV: Europe hears of Africa --V: Missionary societies and the development of East Africa --VI: The scramble for Africa and the first partition of East Africa --VII: The history of Uganda up to --VIII.

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