This volume, originally published in 1950, discusses the tribes around Lake Nyasa. The rationale for treating the tribes here as members of a single ethnographic province is that the region whose literature has been surveyed is vast, and the ethnic distinctions between its inhabitants have been confused by raids and migrations over centuries.
Table of Contents
1. Region of Mozambique: Yao, Makua-Lomwe, Makonde 2. South-West Nyasa-Zambezia: maravi Peoples (Nyanja, Cewa, Nsenga) 3. North-West Nyasa-Lundazi Region: Tumbuka and Lake Shore Tonga 4. North Nyasa Region: Ngonde, Byakyusa, Kinga 5. Ngoni Peoples, Scattered in Small Groups in Areas Occupied by the Above. Bibliography.