1st Edition

Sukumaland: An African People and Their Country
A Study of Land Use in Tanganyika

Edited By

P. C. Lloyd





ISBN 9781138595705
Published April 27, 2020 by Routledge
262 Pages

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Originally published in 1953, this book discusses the Sukuma people who represent the largest ethnic group in Tanzania. It is devoted mainly to the resources, use, problems and systems of tenure of the territory of Sukumaland, but also contains an account of Sukama social structure, organisation and functions of hereditary and elected authorities and of the religious aspects of landholding and cattle ownership. The book is supplemented by numerous diagrams and maps.

Table of Contents

1. Environment

2. Population

3. The People and the Land

4. Cattle Rights and Grazing

5. The Administration of Local African Government in Sukumaland

6. Sukumaland Problems

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