The Mind of Buganda: Documents of the Modern History of an African Kingdom

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1971 - Buganda - 234 pages
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Contents

Reception of the first aliens 1840S1860S p
1
The inquiring mind 1875 p
2
Kabaka Mutesa I Colonel Gordon and the first Christian missionaries 18767 p
5
The advent of the outside world p
8
The dilemmas in Buganda c 1883 p
9
The affirmation of the Christian martyrs 1886 p
11
The revolutions in Buganda 1888 p
12
Kabaka Mwanga appeals to the Imperial British East Africa Company 1889 p
24
Why British administration fails 1936 p
108
Mitchells secret memorandum 1939 p 11 1
111
Threat to the land 1944 p
119
The Residency system 1944 p
124
The means to progress 1945 p
127
Antipathy to Asians 1946 p
131
The East African High Commission and Papers 191 and 21c 1947 p
134
The cotton grievances 19489 p
135

The Companys occupation of Buganda 1890 p
25
The Protestant victory 1892 p
27
Association with early British administrators p
30
The 1900 negotiations p
32
The Uganda Agreement 1900 p
37
British policy 1909 p
41
Entrenching the oligarchy 1912 p
42
The autonomy of Buganda 1914 p
45
British administrative policy 1917 p
49
Statement to a visitor 1919 p
51
The Young Baganda Association 191921 p
52
Animosity towards Asians 1921 p
54
Kabaka or Provincial Commissioner? p
56
Autobiography of a Muganda chief p
57
The Butaka lands question 19216 p
62
Kagwas personal petition 1926 p
70
East African Federation proposals 1927 p
73
Proposal for reform of the Lukiko 1929 p
82
Pro and con 1930 p
86
Closer union and other questions 1931 p
87
African and Asian education 1932 p
99
The impact of Christianity 1933 p
101
Attitude to nonAfricans 1934 p
103
The ideology of Buganda p
104
The onset of the 1949 disturbances p
136
Alienation 19489 p
141
The 1949 disturbances p
143
The troubled forties p
145
Constitutional reform in Buganda 1953 p
157
The deportation of Kabaka Mutesa II 1953 p
161
The Namirembe constitutional conference 1954 p
175
Proposed constitutional reforms 1954 p
178
Manifestoes of the political parties 1950s p
181
Attitude to Asians 1955 p
190
Buganda alone p
191
Crossing the Rubicon p
192
Populism in Buganda p
194
Boycott and the Uganda National Movement 1959 p
195
The Lukiiko memorandum 1960 p
200
Decision to cooperate with Uganda 1961 p
210
Politics and the Kabakaship 1961 p
211
The stand of Kabaka Yekka p
213
Belonging to Uganda 1963 p
215
The suspension of the Constitution 1966 p
221
Past and future 1966 p
225
Index p
229
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Low is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Stirling.

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