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Title Africa: Status of Women of Native Races, 1939
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1939
Document Type Report, Manuscript
Library The National Archives
Reference CO847/14/11
Region Africa, Australasia
Names Sir C. Parkinson, Lord Dufferin, E. A. Boyd, Archdeacon W. E. Owen, O. G. R. Williams, Malcolm Macdonald
Places East Africa, Kenya, Tanganyika, West Africa, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, Uganda, Gold Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroons, Zanzibar, French West Africa, South Africa, Australia
Topics government report, government papers, Colonial Office, Civil Servant, colonial civil service, colonial government, decolonization, end of empire, gender, status of women, St Joan's Social and Political Alliance, education, marriage, forced marriage, child marriage, dowry, polygamy, employment, widows, prostitution, religion, Islam, Mohammedanism, racism, indigenous peoples, Aborigines, mixed-race, missionary work, Church Missionary Society, East African Standard, children, Child Welfare Information Centre, native council, tax on women, Conference of East African Governors, League of Nations, feminism, law, Kenyan Supreme Court, murder trial
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