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The Uganda protectorate

an attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitude

by Harry Hamilton Johnston

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Published by Hutchinson & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African languages,
  • Natural history,
  • Ethnology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sir Harry Johnston ; with 510 illustrations from drawings and photographs by the author and others, 48 full-page colored plates by the author and 9 maps by J.G. Bartholomew and the author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT434.U2 J7 1904
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25655657M
    OCLC/WorldCa4747147

    This map of Uganda during the period of British colonial rule was published in by the Department of Surveys of the Uganda Protectorate. Shown are international, intercolonial, provincial, district, and county boundaries; roads of different capacities; bush paths; telegraph lines; railways; Protestant and Roman Catholic missions; ancient sites; and physical features. The latter include. THE UGANDA PROTECTORATE [Two Volumes] An attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of South latitude and the fifth degree of North latitude.

    Laws, etc. (Laws of the Uganda Protectorate: ) Uganda Protectorate. Revised edition / prepared under the authority of the revised edition of the laws ordinance, by Sir Donald Kingdon, K.C. (of the Inner Temple) commissioner for the revision of the laws. - London: Waterlow & Sons, appointed by the Government of the Uganda Protectorate. Title Map of Uganda Protectorate and the Territories to the North. Creator Macdonald, James Ronald Leslie, Sir, Place of Publication England.

    London: Hutchinson and Co, SCARCE FIRST EDITION SET, HANDSOME AND WELL PRESERVED. Johnston’s superb description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, language and history of the Uganda territory. Handsomely presented, the books are replete with photographs and illustrations of Uganda at the turn of the century. Laws of the Uganda Protectorate: revised and consolidated under the authority of the Revised Edition of the Laws Ordinance Responsibility by Neville Turton, K.C., (Attorney General of Uganda) and John Bowes Griffin, M.A., LL. D. (Attorney General of the Bahamas, formerly Crown Counsel, Uganda).Author: Uganda Protectorate.


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The Uganda protectorate: an attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitude.

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Hobley, C. () On Some Unidentified Beasts. The Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society, III(6), pp. Uganda Protectorate in from: South and East African Year Book and Guide, 26th edition,pp., A, The Uganda protectorate an attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitudeCited by: 1.

The Uganda protectorate: an attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitude /.

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The Uganda Protectorate is a land of great lakes, and includes partially or wholly the water areas of Victoria Nyanza (about 2, sq.

m.), Lake Rudolf (about sq. m.), Lake Ibrahim-Igioga-Kwania ( sq. m.), Albert Nyanza ( sq. m.), and Lakes Albert Edward and Dweru* ( sq. m.), besides the small crater 1 In Albert Edward.

The Handbook of Uganda. Uganda, Henry Richard Wallis. government of the Uganda Protectorate, - Agriculture - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. CHAP PAGE I History of the Protectorate I.

InGreat Britain officially made Uganda a protectorate. The British at first ruled Uganda through Buganda, but when Mwanga opposed their growing power, they deposed him, replaced him with his infant son Daudi Chwa, and began to rule more directly.

Get print book. No eBook available. the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» Ordinances: Under the Uganda Order in Council,Enacted During the Year with Appendices. Uganda Protectorate. Uganda Protectorate Snippet view - Uganda Protectorate in from: South and East African Year Book and Guide, 26th edition,pp.,   The Uganda protectorate; an attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitude.

Uganda: The Uganda Protectorate Protectorate, and in Sir Harry Johnston was commissioned to visit the country and to make recommendations on its future administration. The main outcome of his mission was the Buganda Agreement ofwhich formed the basis of British relations with Buganda for more than 50 years.

About this Item: The Uganda Book Shop, Kampala, 1st. Edition. viii + pp. 21 x cm, light brown cloth gilt. 1st ed. A good copy of a scarce work. With the signature of A. C. A. WRIGHT, a District Officer in Uganda, contributor to the Uganda Journal, and donator to the Pitt-Rivers Museum of African Artifacts.

L Seller Inventory.The Uganda Society, Kampala (Kampala, Uganda). likes 1 talking about this were here. Membership based Society to promote Uganda's literary, scientific and cultural heritage5/5(2).Uganda and the British East Africa Protectorate were both in East Africa and under the control of the British Foreign Office, but they were distinct and independent of each other.

Despite the fact that the latter is wholly in today’s Kenya, most textbooks of Zionist history speak of the “Uganda Plan.”3.