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Political power in pre-colonial Buganda : economy, society and warfare in the nineteenth century.

Reid, R. (2002) 'Political power in pre-colonial Buganda : economy, society and warfare in the nineteenth century.', Oxford: James Currey. Eastern African studies.

Abstract

Buganda was one of the most favoured of East Africa's inter-lacustrine kingdoms. Blessed with fertile and well-watered soil, capable of supporting a relatively dense population, it became a major regional power by the mid-19th century.

Item Type:Book
Keywords:East Africa, Land, Cultivation, Hunters, Labour, War, Ganda.
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Publisher Web site:http://www.jamescurrey.co.uk/jcurrey/display.asp?K=182925537349438&bic=JW&sort=SORT_DATE&cid=jcurrey&ds=Warfare+defence&m=8&dc=11
Record Created:17 Oct 2008
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:22

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