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Title Native Education in Africa, Vischer
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1929
Document Type Report
Library The National Archives
Reference CO 1045/253
Region Africa, Central America and the Caribbean, South Asia, Europe, North America
Names Lord Selbourne (p3), Booker Washington (pp7, 35)
Places Tanganyika (pp2, 9, 13-14, 16, 24, 39), Gold Coast (pp2, 15), Sahara (p4), Congo (pp5, 20, 27), Nigeria (pp5, 12, 15-16), Nyasaland (pp9, 14, 27), Bukuba (p9), Zanzibar (pp14, 39), Kenya (pp14, 38), Uganda (pp14, 24, 27), Mengo (p27), Northern Rhodesia (pp14, 20), Sierra Leone (p15), Sudan (p20), South Africa (p6), Johannesburg (p19), Pretoria (p19), Cape Town (p19), West Indies, Jamaica (p36), India (pp3-4, 24), Asia, China (p24), Russia (pp50-51), Britain (p24), United States of America, Virginia (p50), Alabama (p50)
Topics government papers, Colonial Office, education, educational policy in Tropical Africa, missionaries (p1), mission schools (pp6, 16, 32, 34), baptism (p1), government interest in native education (p2), education (pp2, 39-44), expenditure (p2), teaching English (p4), teacher training (pp40-41), French colonial policy (p4), health and disease, disease (pp5, 25, 30), malaria (pp25, 31), sleeping sickness (p25), dysentery (p25), smallpox (p25), plague (pp25, 26), measles (pp25, 29), influenza (p25), sexually transmitted disease, venereal disease (p29), death rate (pp25, 29-30), training in agriculture (pp7, 36, 47), village crafts (p7), industrial training (p7), citizenship (p8), local customs, traditions (p9), Government school (pp9-10, 16, 32, 34), vocation training (p10), Scouting, Boy Scouts (p10), Girl Guides (p10), Brownies (p10), diversity of languages (p11), Le Zoute Conference (p11), translation (pp11-12), imposing a foreign language (pp12-13), multi-lingual problem (pp14-18), Swahili (pp14-15, 17-19), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp19, 22-23), universities (p19), impact of Western ideals (p20), custom, superstition (p21), fetish, Fetishism (p21), belief in the supernatural (p21), witchcraft (p21), human sacrifice (p21), religious instruction in schools (pp22-23), slavery (p24), inter-tribal war (p24), infant mortality (pp25, 28), malnutrition (pp29-30), ill health, sanitation (pp25-26), CMS Hospital (p27), witch doctor (p27), instruction in hygiene (p28), polygamy (pp32-33), female education (pp32-34), female circumcision (p33), training schools (p35), land policy in East Africa (p38), Veterinary Corps (p39), Hampton Institute (pp46-50), Tuskegee Institute (p50), serfdom (pp50-51)
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