Zanzibar under Colonial Rule

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Index
Abbas, Maalim Zam-Ali, 224
Accra Conference (see All-African People's Conference)
Accra Joint Statement, 230-1
adoption, 194-5
Adulteration of Produce Decree, 181
Africa, Southern, 227
African Association, 93, 100, 134; formation of Afro-Shirazi Party, 225, 258
African Trade Union Conference, 209
African Wharfage Company, 91, 191, 202
Africans, mainland, 92, 93, 255; and Afro- -Shirazi Party, 100, 101; and overthrow of government, 104; description of 192-4; plantation workers, 30, 40; relations with indigenous workers, 92; slaves, 12; small- holders, 155
Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Organisation, 227
Afro-Shirazi Party, alliance with Umma Party, 197; and African Association, 225, 258; and Indian National Association, 230, 232, 256; and mainland Africans, 100, 101; and overthrow of government, 104; and racialism, 236; and Shirazi Association, 225, 258; and TANU, 228, 229, 232, 234, 258; and trade unions, 205-6, 210; and Umma Party, 238, 241; and Zanzibar Nationalist Party, 226; formation of, 101, 135, 204, 205, 225-6; left wing of, 260; on food production, 90; organisation of, 258; Pemba, 229, 259; racialism, 259; reactionary nature of, 227, 228; role in 1964 revolution, 239-40; social composition of, 100-101, 229, 230; split in, 231-2, 235; support among squatters, 99; Unguja, 259; united front with Zanzibar Nationalist Party, 228-9, 230-1; Youth League, 240, 261
Agricultural and Allied Workers' Union, 206
Agricultural Produce Export Decree, 181
Agricultural Workers' Union, 206
Airport extension, 94, 135, 257
Akinola, G. A., 12
Algeria, 227
Alidina Visram, 174
Alienation of Land (Restriction and Evidence) Decree ( 1934), 69, 133, 158, 180
All-African People's Conference, 228-9, 230
All-African Trade Union Federation, 209
All-Zanzibar Journalist Organisation, 210
Americans (see United States of America)
Anthrax, 95, 221
Anthrax Revolt ( 1951) (see riots)
Arab Agricultural Advisory Committee, 132
Arab Association, 255; and Legislative Council, 101, 103, 223; and nationalism, 101, 135, 223-4, 257; Arabs, 224; Copra Board boycott, 87
Arabs, 149; and 1964 revolution, 241, 243; and Zanzibar Nationalist Party, 99; Arab Association, 224; boycott, 100; British support of, 143-4, 151, 153, 154-60; capitalism, 30; colonisation of Zanzibar, 142-3, 145-6; formation of clove trade, 146; land ownership, 30-2, 86, 129-30, 151-2, 172; nationalism, 92, 101, 223-4, 257, 258; penetration of East Africa, 151; planters, 12, 13, 30-2; racial factors, 255; radicals, 225, 257, 258; rule over Zanzibar, 143-4, 153; slavery, 12, 13, 14- 15, 19-20, 25, 143, 146, 150
Asians, 118, 255, 256
Babu, Abdulrehman, 6-7, 260
Babu, Mohammed, 98, 104
Bargash, Khalid b., 251
Bartlett, C. A., 158
Bazaars, 177
Bei khiyar sales, 130-1
Beit al-Hukm palace, 16, 17
Beit al-Sahil palace, 16
Bey, Salah, 198
Biashara (food vendors), 23
Binder, H. H., 159
Blacksmithing, 114
Blood, Sir Hilary, 210, 226
Boat Builders' Union, 206
boatmen, 191
Bombay, as mercantile centre, 164; Government, 165; High Court, 174
borrowing system (see Kopa system)
Boustead Brothers, 16
boycotts, 207; Arab, 100; clove trade, 6, 69, 69, 84, 133, 159, 182
British (see Great Britain)
British Agency, 165
British Resident, and strikes, 92; announces self-government, 103; licensing authority, 159, 181; salary, 64

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vi
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction a Materialist Approach to Zanzibar's History 1
  • Notes 7
  • Part One Political Economy of Zanzibar 9
  • One: the Transition from Slavery 1873-1914 11
  • Introduction 11
  • Two: The Formation of a Colonial Economy 1915-1945 36
  • Three: The Struggle for Independence 1946-1963 79
  • Part Two Class Formation 107
  • Four: the Peasantry Under Imperialism 1873-1963 109
  • Notes 136
  • Five: the Decline of the Landlords 1873-1963 141
  • Six: The Contradictions of Merchant Capital 1840-1939 163
  • Seven: The Development of a Colonial Working Class 188
  • Appendix A 213
  • Appendix B 214
  • Appendix C 215
  • Appendix D 218
  • Eight: The 1964 Revolution 220
  • Conclusion 249
  • Notes 261
  • Bibliography 262
  • Index 271
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