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Black Poachers, White Hunters: A Social History of Hunting in Colonial Kenya (Eastern African Studies) [Paperback]

Edward I. Steinhart
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Hunting in Kenya I THE AFRICAN HUNTERS - Kenya's people of the bow - Hunters & farmers in Kwale & Meru - Hunting transformations in Kitui, 1860-1939 II THE WHITE HUNTERS - Class & tradition in the making of the hunt - The settler hunters, 1903-39 III BLACK & WHITE TOGETHER - Safari hunting, 1909-39 - New Technologies, changing values GAMEKEEPERS & POACHERS - The Kenya gamekeepers & conservation, 1895-1925 - International preservationists & the national park idea, 1925-45 - National parks & the poaching crisis, 1946-63 - Conclusions & epilogue - Bibliography

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