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Title Kenya: Kikuyu Circumcision Ceremony, Part 2
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1930
Document Type Report, Manuscript
Library The National Archives
Reference CO533/394/11
Region Africa
Names A. C. C. Parkinson, Dr. Drummond Shiels, Duchess of Atholl, Sydney Webb, Lord Passfield, Miss Hulda Stumpf (frame 107-148), Sir Cecil Bottomley (54), Mrs Macaulay Bowie (76-78, 83)
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, gender, status of women, female circumcision, native councils, health and disease, missionary work, Missionary Council (frames 149-155), National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship, law, amendments to Penal Code, crime and punishment, list of penalties imposed by the Embu Native Tribunals since 1926 (44), murder of missionary (89, 107), inquest into death of Hilda Stumf (107-148), Conference of Governors of East African Dependencies (92-93), East African Standard (75), African Women's Aid Committee (78), Bantu tribe (91), education (92, 95), native hospitals (96-98), mission hospitals (99)
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