Independent African; John Chilembwe and the origins, setting, and significance of the Nyasaland native rising of 1915, by George Shepperson and Thomas Price.

; Price, Thomas, 1907-
Edinburgh, University Press, 1958.

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Other Authors Price, Thomas, 1907-
Subjects Africa.
Booth, Joseph <1851-1932>
Booth, Joseph, 1851-1932.
Chilembwe, John <d. 1915>
Chilembwe, John, -1915.
Chilembwe, John, approximately approximately 1860-1915
Kolonialismus.
Malawi -- Histoire.
Malawi -- History.
Malawi.
Missions -- Malawi.
Missions.
Nationalism -- Africa.
Nationalism.
Series Edinburgh University publications. History, philosophy & economics ; no. 8.
Description x, 564 pages illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimiles 23 cm.
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Copyright Date 1958.
Notes "Notes and references": pages 439-504. "Sources": pages 505-526.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Malawi
Network Numbers (OCoLC)421086
(OCoLC)ocm00421086
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Shepperson, George.
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