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  Volume 34, 2007

Table of Contents

From: History in Africa

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Spoken Reminiscences of Political Agents in Northern Nigeria I

pp. 1-30
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Thomas Bowrey's Madagascar Manuscript of 1708

pp. 31-42
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Brief Sketch on the Life and Character of the Late Hon. Benj. J. K. Anderson, M.A. Ph.D. K.C.

pp. 43-54
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From Kings Cross to Kew: Following the History of Zambia's Indian Community through British Imperial Archives

pp. 55-66
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The Extraordinary Journey of the Jaga through the Centuries: Critical Approaches to Precolonial Angolan Historical Sources

pp. 67-101
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Double, Double, Toil, and Trouble: the Ergonomics of African History

pp. 103-120
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Constructing an Archival Cityscape: Local Views of Colonial Urbanism in the French Protectorate of Morocco

pp. 121-132
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The Komenda Wars, 1694–1700: a Revised Narrative

pp. 133-168
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Removing the Blinders and Adjusting the View: a Case Study from Early Colonial Sierra Leone

pp. 169-188
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Towards a Reassessment of the Dating and the Geographical Origins of the Luso-African Ivories, Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries

pp. 189-211
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The Akoko-Ikale: a Revision of Colonial Historiography on the Construction of Ethnic Identity in Southeastern Yorubaland

pp. 255-271
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Agency and Analogy in African History: the Contribution of Extra-Mural Studies in Ghana

pp. 273-296
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Archeology and Reconstructing History in the Kenya Highlands: the Intellectual Legacies of G.W.B. Huntingford and Louis S.B. Leakey

pp. 297-320
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On Ravenstein's Edition of Battell's Adventures in Angola and Loango

pp. 321-347
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Words of Batswana: Letters to the Editor of Mahoko a Becwana, 1883–1896

pp. 349-366
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"Se Débrouiller" or the Art of Serendipity in Historical Research

pp. 367-381
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[Editor's Introduction]

p. 382
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The Importance of Being Honest: Verifying Citations, Rereading Historical Sources, and Establishing Authority in the Great Karamoja Debate

pp. 383-409
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Of War-Leaders and Fire-Makers: a Rejoinder

pp. 411-420
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The Tricksters of Karamoja

pp. 421-426
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On Updating J.D. Fage's Guide to Precolonial Sources for Western Africa

pp. 427-435
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Historiography of Selected Works on Cecil John Rhodes (1853–1902)

pp. 437-446
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A Collection of Stories and Its Preservation in the Digital Age

pp. 447-451
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The Future of Africa's Past: Observations on the Discipline

pp. 453-460
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The Ìkálẹ̀ (Yorùbá, Nigeria) Migration Theories and Insignia

pp. 461-468
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