A History of Ankole
This book, which takes the history of the Banyankore from earliest times to the year 1914, is the ?rst history of this region to be published in English. The material, much of which was originally published in various volumes of Uganda Journal, has been brought together in one volume for the first time. Dr H. F. Morris studied the history and the language of the Banyankore in Ankole while he served for three years as a District Of?cer. Morris is one of very few British of?cers who became thoroughly ?uent in Runyankore.
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