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Summary The material published in this paper may be regarded as a factual contribution to the study of Herero history and social organization. Except for the genealogies themselves, which are mainly of historical value, it does not add much that is new to our knowledge of the people, but it does...
The Art of Survival in East Africa: The Kerebe and Long‐Distance Trade, 1800–1895. Gerald W. Hartwig. New York, Africa Publishing Company, 1976. xiii, 253 pp. $24,00. Ecology Control and Economic Development in East African History. The Case of Tanganyika 1850–1950. Helge Kjekshus. London,...
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