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Title Kenya Johnstone Kenyatta, Kikuyu Central Association
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1929
Document Type Report, Manuscript
Library The National Archives
Reference CO323/1632/12
Notes Native Lands Trust Bill, Papers for 1929.
Region Africa
Names Johnstone Kenyatta, A. C. C. Parkinson, William Ormsby-Gore (frame 3), Sir E. Grigg, Major E. A. T. Dutton, McGregor Ross (24, 29), Dr Drummond Shiels (24, 29), W. C. Bottomley (36), Norman Leys (47, 48, 50), Harry Thuku (64, 120, 134), Sydney Webb, Lord Passfield
Places East Africa, Kenya, Nairobi
Topics government report, government papers, Colonial Office, Civil Servant, colonial civil service, colonial government, decolonization, end of empire, Kikuyu tribe, Kikuyu Central Association (frame 2), petition (65, 126), land rights (65, 73, 83, 126), Native Lands Trust Bill (2, 65, 120, 127), Aborigines Protection Society (2,3), Daily Worker (24), communism (25, 45), Native Councils (78, 85, 91, 125), Johnstone Kenyatta's grievances (29), gender, status of women, female circumcision (29, 38), attacks on missionary workers (29, 31, 38), missionary work (30), health and disease (29), death in childbirth, infant mortality (30), religion, Christianity, Christian denouncement of circumcision (30, 38, 40, 51), education (31, 48, 74, 87, 88, 129), law, crime and punishment (31, 55), criminal statistics for Nairobi (55), African juries (92, 131), Masai (36, 124), threat to order in Kenya (36, 39), antagonism towards Church Missionary Society (38), Church of Scotland Mission (51), Universal Negro Improvement Association (45), police report on Kenyatta (45, 115), suffrage (88, 129), equal rights, anti-colonial views (51), trade, agriculture, coffee (71, 86, 87, 89), hut tax (77, 90), inter-racial affairs, mixed race relationships (80, 92), control of alcohol supply (81, 93)
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