A survey of the historical and international aspects of colonial rule in Africa.
Table of Contents
Part I Europe and Tropical Africa, 1 The Acquisition of the British African Tropics, 2 The Status and Conditions of the British Tropics, 3 Principles Governing Control in the Tropics, 4The People of British Tropical Africa, 5 Some General Principles of Administration, 6 The Machinery of Administration, 7 THe British Staff and Conditions of Life in the Tropics, 8 The Home Government and the Dependencies, 9 The Hone Government and the Dependencies Cont. Part II, 10 Methods of Ruling Native Races, 11 Cont, 12 Taxation, 14 Taxation and Methods of Raising Revenue, 15 Lands tenure and Transfer, 16 Cont, 17 Cont, 18 Slavery in British Africa, 19 Cont, 10 Labour in Tropical Africa, 11 Cont, 12 Education 13 Cont, 14Transport, 15 Trade, 16 Economic Development, 17 Cint, 18 The Law and the Courts of Justice, 19 Courts of Justice, 20 Some Other Problems, 21 Cont, 22 Conclusion.
Lord Frederick John Dealtry Lugard (Author)