Penetration ☀ Protest in Tanzania: The Impact of the World Economy on the Pare, 1860-1960

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Penetration & Protest
in Tanzania
The Impact
of the World Economy
on the Pare
1860-1960

ISARIA N. KIMAMBO Professor of History University of Dar es Salaam

James Currey LONDON

Tanzania Publishing House DAR ES SALAAM

Heinemann Kenya NAIROBI

Ohio University Press ATHENS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction xi
  • One the Nature of Penetration: An Overview 1
  • Notes 17
  • Two Pare Economy & Society at the Time of Penetration 19
  • Notes 35
  • Three the Initial Stages of Penetration: 1860-1900 37
  • Notes 55
  • Four Peripheries of Two Districts: Searching for Ways to Survive, 1900-1928 57
  • Notes 74
  • Five Creation of One Administrative Unit: the Pare District 1928-1945 76
  • Notes 93
  • Six Mbiru: Popular Protest Against an Oppressive Colonial System, 1944-1947 95
  • Notes 117
  • Seven Restoration Strategies, 1947-1953 118
  • Notes 134
  • Eight Attempts to Plan for Development, 1953-1960 136
  • Notes 153
  • Nine People's Efforts in Capitalist Participation, 1948-1960 155
  • Notes 170
  • Ten the Pare District in 1960 172
  • Notes 180
  • Bibliography 181
  • Index 183
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