Trade and Pastoralism: Economic Factors in the History of the Somali of Northeastern Kenya, 1892-1948
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
British, Economy, Somali independence, Traditional livelihood
This dissertation [traces] the relationship of trade and pastoralism in Somali society in precolonial and colonial northeastern Kenya, and [analyzes] the conflict between these nomadic pastoralists and the British induced economy which threatened Somali independence and their traditional livelihood.
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Dalleo, Peter Thomas, "Trade and Pastoralism: Economic Factors in the History of the Somali of Northeastern Kenya, 1892-1948" (1975). History - Dissertations. Paper 52.