Mau Mau
from Below

Greet Kershaw Formerly Professor of Anthropology University of California Long Beach

James Currey OXFORD

EAEP NAIROBI

Ohio University Press ATHENS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables ix
  • Glossary x
  • Dedication xiii
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Foreword xvi
  • Preface 1
  • Notes 12
  • One the Settlement of Kiambu Until the Kirika Famine of 1835 13
  • Notes 37
  • Two from Kirika Until the End of the Nineteenth Century 43
  • Notes 76
  • Three Land Ownership in the Twentieth Century 84
  • Notes 111
  • Four the Labour Market for the Local Population 116
  • Notes 139
  • Five Land, Labour & Living in the Colonial Era 144
  • Notes 171
  • Six Resistance of the Elders Until the Beginning of Mau Mau 175
  • Notes 202
  • Seven the Resistance of the Land Poor & Landless - The Beginning of Mau Mau 212
  • Notes 242
  • Eight the Emergency, Marige & the End of Mau Mau 248
  • Notes 260
  • Appendix I Data, Reliability and Analysis 264
  • Appendix II Oral Traditions 271
  • Appendix III Notes on Kiambu Social Organization 275
  • Notes 282
  • Appendix IV Economic Data 284
  • Notes 294
  • Appendix V Notes on the Kenya Land Commission Report 296
  • Appendix V Notes on the Kenya Land Commission Report 298
  • Appendix VI Notes on the Rift Valley 299
  • Notes 304
  • Selected Bibliography 305
  • Appendix VII Notes on Local Education 307
  • Notes 310
  • Appendix VIII Late Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Oaths 311
  • Notes 319
  • Appendix IX Notes on Mau Mau 321
  • Notes 331
  • Bibliography 332
  • Appendix X Land Consolidation & Villagization 334
  • Notes 337
  • Selected Bibliography 338
  • Index 347
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