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Title Kenya-report on disturbances
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1949
Document Type Report, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference G 3 A 7/7
Region Africa
Names Mulumbwa (p1), Jomo Kenyatta (p1), Peter Koinange (pp1-2), Archdeacon Beecher (p2)
Places Kenya, Kikuyu, Rift Valley (pp2-3), Mombasa (pp2-3), Kabete (p2), Nyanza (p3), Uganda
Topics report, missionary papers, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, disturbances, agitation, riots (p1), the 'Bataka' (p1), indigenous people, Kikuyu, nationalism, Communism (p1), religion, clergy, Roman Catholic church (p1), preaching (p1), ceremonial dress (p1), political agitation (p1), Lambeth Conference (p1), education, college, examinations (p1), London School of Economics (p1), African education (p2), Christian influence (p2), Christian education (p2), teachers (p3), teacher training (p3), religious fanaticism (pp2-3), African Anglican Church (p2), 'gakundi' (p2), war, ideological war (p2), boycott (p2), strike (p2), general election (p3), Local Native Council (p3)
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