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Notes on the History of the Tumbuka-Kamanga Peoples in the Northern Province of Nyasaland

YOUNG, T. Cullen, Rev.

Published by Religious Tract Society RTS, London, 1932,, 1932
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YOUNG, T. Cullen, Rev. Notes on the History of the Tumbuka-Kamanga Peoplesin the Northern Province of Nyasaland. London : The Religious Tract Society, 1932. Pp[1]-192. Map. 8vo, reddish-brown cloth, black lettering and single-rule border to front board and spine. Contents : Part I : 1. Introductory. 2. The beginnings of history. 3. Centralised chieftainship. 4. Mlowoka ofNkamanga. 5. Relationships with the northern area. 6. The coming of the Nkonde. 7. The Nkonde point of view (contributed). 8. The Chikuramayembes; Mlowoka; Gonapamuhanya; Kampungu. 9. A Tonga-chewa memorandum (contributed).10. The Chtimimmayembes; Pitamkusa; Bwati 1 and 2; Bamantha; Mkuwayira . 11. The coming of the Ngoni. 12. The breakaway from the Ngoni. 13. Relationship between the Tonga and the Ngoni (contributed). 13. From 1880 to the restoration of the Chikuramayembe title in 1907. Part II. (A) Clan Names : Tables of clan names (a) In the Tumbuka area; (b) In the Nkamanga area; (c) Onthe lake shore; (d) Early hill clans; (e) Clans dating from the Mlowoka intrusion; (f) Clans introduced by the Ngoni. Note on the names "Ngonl" and "Jere"; with reputed ancestry of Zwangendaba. Origin of Nhlane chiefship in Hoho (contributed). (B) Clan Histories (contributed). (a) Clans of the Nkamanga area, (b) Clans of the uplands, (c) Various hill clans. Wear to spine ends and corners, cloth stained, penned names, inkstain to one page, else good. 60.00. Bookseller Inventory # 93131

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Title: Notes on the History of the Tumbuka-Kamanga ...

Publisher: Religious Tract Society RTS, London, 1932,

Publication Date: 1932

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