Kakungulu & the Creation of Uganda, 1868-1928

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Kakungulu
&
the creation of
Uganda
1868-1928

Michael Twaddle

James Currey
LONDON

E·A·E·P
NAIROBI

Ohio University Press
ATHENS

Fountain Publishers
KAMPALA

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vi
  • List of Maps and Tables vii
  • Foreword viii
  • Notes ix
  • One the Road from Rakai 1868-88 1
  • Notes 29
  • Two Conflict in Buganda 1888-90 33
  • Notes 61
  • Three the British Colonial Entry 1890-3 66
  • Notes 85
  • Four Competing for Honour 1893-9 88
  • Notes 130
  • Five Native Collector 1899-1901 135
  • Notes 156
  • Six Kabaka of Bukedi 1901-4 159
  • Notes 190
  • Seven Expansion & Resistance 1904-6 195
  • Notes 218
  • Eight Transfer to Busoga 1906-13 221
  • Notes 257
  • Nine Withdrawal to Gangama 1913-20 262
  • Notes 288
  • Ten Counting Costs 1920-8 292
  • Notes 302
  • Index 305
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