Title

Trade and Pastoralism: Economic Factors in the History of the Somali of Northeastern Kenya, 1892-1948

Date of Award

1975

Degree Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

History

Advisor(s)

Robert Gregory

Keywords

British, Economy, Somali independence, Traditional livelihood

Subject Categories

History

Abstract

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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