The plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia, social and religious studies.

by Elizabeth Colson

Publisher: Manchester University Press in [Manchester]

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Marriage and the Family Among the Plateau Tonga. Manchester: Manchester University Press, Religious and Social Change in South Central Africa to Audrey Richards and the Representation of Gender Relations in Northern Rhodesia.” African Studies Seminar Paper, (). Ward, Simon. “The End of Fortress Conservation. The Embargo on Arms Sales to Ethiopia, Harold G. MarcusNUMBER 3ARTICLES- â The Asiatic Menaceâ: creating segregation in Durban, Maynard W. Swanson- Reflections on economic and social change among the Plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia, c. The mutiny of the West African Regiment in the Gold Coast, David. Visitors' Book. This page is for comments from visitors, and responses. It is moderated, which means that no-one's comments are published until they have been checked first. To add a comment, clock >here. Colson, E. () The Plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia: social and religious studies. Manchester: Manchester University Press. — () Tonga Religious Life in the Twentieth Century. Lusaka: Bookworld Publishers. De Luna, K. M. () ‘Hunting reputations: talent, individuals, and community in.

Full text of "The great plateau of northern Rhodesia, being some impressions of the Tanganyika Plateau" See other formats. Northern and Southern Rhodesia. It forms the cap-stone of the massive arch of Tonga studies contributed by Colson over the last dozen years. It is a distinguished addition to the series of Central African tribal studies published by the Rhodes-Livingstone Insti- tute. Furthermore] we understand that “this study will provide the foundation forAuthor: V. W. Turner.

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In the early years of the present century—after the Christian pioneers had begun to meet with some evangelical success and the British South Africa Company had likewise begun to govern effectively—a number of new missionary organizations contributed to the variety of religious choice that was offered to the indigenous population of Northern Rhodesia.

‘The Plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia’, in Seven Tribes of British Central Africa, ed. by E. Colson and M. Gluckman (London: Oxford University Press), 94– Northern Rhodesia was a protectorate in south central Africa, formed in by amalgamating the two earlier protectorates of Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia.

It was initially administered, as were the two earlier protectorates, by the British South Africa Company (BSAC), a chartered company, on behalf of the British l: Livingstone (until ), Lusaka (from ).

For the Plateau Tonga, my sources are: E. Colson, “Social Control and Vengeance in Plateau Tonga Society”; Elizabeth Colson, The Plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia: Social and Religious Studies (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, ) (the “Social Control” article is chapter 3, at ); Elizabeth Colson, “The.

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From inside the book. What people are Educational Development in Northern Rhodesia, Peter Desmond Snelson Snippet view - Educational Development in Northern Rhodesia, population practical prepared problems Province pupils reached received remained responsibility salary secondary education Secretary social Reviews: 1.

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raided River says Senanga Sesheke settled Shila Soli Southern southwards Subiya Swahili swamps Tabwa Tanganyika Territory to-day Toka Tonga Totela trade. The African National Congress of Northern Rhodesia was strictly a territorial (Northern Rhodesia) party, it participated only in territorial elections.

It was an anti-Federation and independence party. outside origin 9, ac7 The ANC was formed in by the leaders of minor legal social organizations (the Federation of African welfare.9. Northern Rhodesia is fortunate in that the call for a university institution comes at a time when the system of secondary education is producing a steadily growing rise in the output of pupils, who will have completed courses up to the end of Form IV, i.e.

to the point of being ableFile Size: 2MB.Northern Rhodesia: see ZambiaZambia, officially Republic of Zambia, republic ( est. pop. 15,),sq mi (, sq km), central Africa. It borders on Congo (Kinshasa) in the north, on Tanzania in the northeast, on Malawi and Mozambique in the east, on Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia in the.

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