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  Volume 36, 2009

Table of Contents

From: History in Africa

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"It Is a Job I Would Like"

pp. 1-3
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Philip D. Curtin (1922-2009)

pp. 5-15
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Ambiguities of Colonial Law: the Case of Muhammadu Aminu, Former Political Agent and Chief Alkali of Kano

pp. 17-52
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From Hampton "[i]nto the Heart of Africa": How Faith in God and Folklore Turned Congo Missionary William Sheppard into a Pioneering Ethnologist

pp. 53-86
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"You Have Everything Confused and Mixed up...!" Georg Schweinfurth, Knowledge and Cartography of Africa in the 19th Century

pp. 87-101
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Building Creole Identity in the African Atlantic: Boundaries of Race and Religion in Seventeenth-Century Cabo Verde

pp. 103-125
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Impossible to Disprove Yet Impossible to Believe: The Unforgiving Epistemology of Deep-Time Oral Tradition

pp. 127-234
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The Sediment of Nomadism

pp. 235-264
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Euro-African Commerce and Social Chaos: Akan Societies in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

pp. 265-292
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The "Hamitic Hypothesis" in Indigenous West African Historical Thought

pp. 293-314
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Metropolitan Concern, Colonial State Policy and the Embargo on Cultivation of Coffee by Africans in Colonial Kenya: the Example of Bungoma District, 1930–1960

pp. 315-329
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Mapping the Malagueta Coast: a History of the Lower Guinea Coast, 1460–1510 through Portuguese Maps and Accounts

pp. 331-365
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Valentim Fernandes' Five Maps and the Early History and Geography of São Tomé

pp. 367-386
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Sorghum as a Gift of Self: the Jie Harvest Ritual Through Time

pp. 387-419
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Is a Journal of Method Still Necessary?

pp. 421-438
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Archival and Research Resources in Conakry, Guinea

pp. 439-445
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Local Preservation, National Demolition, International Publication: the Ta'rikh Mandinka from Bijini ca. 1800(?)-2007

pp. 447-452
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The National Archives of Cameroon in Yaoundé and Buea

pp. 453-460
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A Note on the Liberian Archives

pp. 461-463
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Save the Bacon! Primary Sources from Fieldwork

pp. 465-471
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