Black and White in Southern Zambia: The Tonga Plateau Economy and British Imperialism, 1890-1939

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NOTES
1.
J. M. MacKenzie, "African Labour in South Central Africa, 1890-1914 and Nineteenth Century Colonial Labour Theory," (Ph.D dissertation, University of British Columbia, 1969), pp. 40, 61, 64-65. Natal had a 7s. tax in 1849, and 14s. in 1875, the Orange Free State and the Transvaal a hut tax by 1895, and in the Cape the Glen Grey Act made the link between tax and work explicit by exempting those who worked from part of the levy. For North-Eastern Rhodesia see L. H. Gann, The Birth of a Plural Society ( Manchester, 1958), p. 80.
2.
E. Stokes, "Barotseland: The Survival of an African State," in E. Stokes and R. Brown, eds., The Zambesian Past ( Manchester 1966), p. 276.
3.
A nice collection of the stamps is in the Kalomo District Notebook, NAZ KSP 3/1.
4.
Districts and sub-districts frequently changed boundaries; I have identified the principal relevant units. There were briefly "Monze" and "Mapanza" sub-districts also early in the century. See T. C. Stone, A Guide to the Administrative Boundaries of Northern Rhodesia, O'Dell Memorial Monograph No. 7, Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen, 1979.
5.
F. Worthington, "Report on Proposed Native Reserves," 1913, typescript at Institute for African Studies, Lusaka, appendix V.
6.
GBCO 879/98/899/79, Notice 68 of 1908.
7.
NAZ NWR BS2/76, Worthington to Administrator, 1/12/ 1903; NAZ KSB 3/1, Mazabuka District Notebook, vol. 1.
8.
R. L. Tignor, "Colonial Chiefs in Chiefless Societies," Journal of Modern African Studies 9, 3 ( 1971): 339-359.
9.
V. Brelsford, "The Boma Messenger and His Uniform," Northern Rhodesia Journal, 2, 3 ( 1954): 34-42.
10.
NAZ KTC 2/2/2/1, Magoye Native Commissioner's Court, Criminal Cases, Case No. 33, 1917; WR/BS2/150, Monza Annual Report (A. R.), 1908/ 1909; NWR/BS2/154, Kalomo A.R., 1910/ 1911; E. K. Jordan , "Memories of Abandoned Bomas, No. 9: Magoye," Northern Rhodesia Journal 3, 1 ( 1956): 53.
11.
Jordan, p. 52.
12.
Interview, Muuka Mucindu, 29/11/1973; NAZ KSB 3/1, Mazabuka District Notebook, notes a Jackson with one eye, but no other information.
13.
GBCO 879/74/717/144, Coryndon to BSAC, 5/ 1903.
14.
GBCO 879/86/763/74, Milner to Lyttleton, 23/3/ 1905; F. MacPherson , Anatomy of a Conquest: The British Occupation of Zambia, 1884- 1924 ( London, 1981), p. 113-114.
15.
D. Ncete, "History of the Tonga," typescript in Livingstone Museum, Reference G. 104, p. 9.
16.
NAZ NWR/BS2/76 Worthington to Secretary, BSAC, 4/7/1905; Interview, Petro Hichoongwe, 29/11/ 1973.
17.
A. H. Croxton, Railways of Rhodesia ( Newton Abbot, Devon,

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Table of contents

  • RECENT TITLES IN CONTRIBUTIONS IN COMPARATIVE COLONIAL STUDIES ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps vii
  • List of Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • Notes and Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Plateau in the Late Nineteenth Century 13
  • Notes 29
  • 2 - The Imperial Economy in South Central Africa, 1890-1925: An Overview 35
  • Conclusion 48
  • Notes 49
  • 3 - Contact and Conquest, 1890-1904 53
  • Notes 67
  • 4 - A Colonial Situation, 1904-1918 71
  • Conclusion 112
  • Notes 113
  • 5 - Boom and Bust, 1918-1925 121
  • Notes 140
  • 6 - Transformation of the Indigenous Economy: The Emergence of a Peasantry 145
  • Notes 177
  • 7 - Peasants, Settlers, and State in the Copperbelt Era, 1925-1939 185
  • Conclusion 210
  • Conclusion 211
  • 8 - Epilogue and Conclusion 215
  • Notes 228
  • Bibliography 231
  • Index 245
  • About the Author 249
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