2 edition of Labour conditions in East Africa found in the catalog.
Labour conditions in East Africa
Granville St. John Orde-Browne
Folded map mounted on p. (3) of cover.
|Statement||by Major G. St. J. Orde Browne.|
|Series||(Gt. Brit.) Colonial Office. Colonial no. 193|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||46016854|
This book can be read on a variety of levels It is a journey, a labour history, a story of African initiative and adaptation to modernity, and a contribution to a history of Tanzania and East Africa that gives due attention to intersocietal linkages, and networks. The period between the mids and early s witnessed the migration of some million Africans, Chinese, Indians, Japanese, Melanesians, and other peoples throughout and beyond the colonial plantation world to work as laborers under long-term written and short-term oral contacts. Studies of this global labor migration over the last forty years have been heavily influenced by Hugh Tinker.
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