List of Studies

on the Mijikenda, the Swahili, and other East African Coastal Peoples
This list is an incomplete mirror of Mr. Oda's bibliography.
also see the sources in Japanese(JIS Japanese)

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N

O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

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Abdurahman,Mohammed. 1939
Anthropological Notes from the Zanzibar Protectorate.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.8. pp.59-84.

Abdulaziz Mohammed,H. 1979
Muyaka: Ninteenth-century Swahili Poetry. Nairobi: Kenya Literature Bureau

Allen,J de V.1974
Swahili Culture Reconsidered: Some Historical Implication of the Material Culture of the Northern Kenya Coast in Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries.
Azania Vol.9.pp.105-135.

Allen,J de V. 1979
Swahiization: A Cultural Concept and Its Significance in Kenya Today.
Seminar Paper No.125 Institure of African Studies,Nairobi Univesity

Allen,J de V.1981
Swahili Culture and the Nature of East Coast. Settlement
International Journal of African Historical Studies.Vol.14.pp.306-334.

Allen,J de V.1981
Notes.
in Mtoro Bin Mwinyi Bakari Desturi za Waswahili (The Customs of The Swahili Peoples) pp.255-311.

Allen,J de V.1982
Traditional History and African Literature: The Swahili Case.
Journal of African History Vol.23.pp.227-236.

Allen,J de V.1983
Shungwaya,The Mijikenda,and The Traditions.
International Journal of African Historical Studies Vol.16(3).pp.455-84.

Allen,J de V.1993
Swahili Origines: Swahili Culture & the Shungwaya Phenomenon.
Athens: Ohio University Press

Alpers,E,A.1972
Towards a History of Expansion of Islam in East Africa.
T.O.Rager & I.N.Kimambo (eds.) The Historical Study of African Religion.
University of California Press

Alpers,E,A.1974
The Ninteeenth Century: Prelude to Colonialism.
B.A.Ogot (ed.) Zamani: A Survey of East African History (New Edition). pp.229-48.
EAPH Longman Kenya.

Alpers,E,A.1984
Ordinary Household chores: Ritual and Power in 19th Century Swahili Women's Spirit Possession Cult.
International Journal of African Historical Studies Vol.17(4).pp.677-702.

Anderson,J,N,D.1969
The Legal Tradition.
J.Kritzeck & W.H.Lewis (eds.) Islam in Afirca. pp.35-53.
Van Nostrand-Reinhold Company

Anderson,J,N,D.1978
Islamic Law in Africa (2nd Impression). Frank Cass

Arens,W.1975
The Waswahili: The Social History on an Ethnic Group.
Africa Vol.45(4).pp.426-38.

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Baker,E,C. 1946
Mumiani. Tanganyika Notes and Redords Vol.21. pp.108-9.

Baker,E,C.1949
Notes on the History of Asegeju.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.27.pp.16-39.

Baker,E,C.1951
An Early History of Mombasa and Tanga.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.31.pp.32-6.

Baker,E,C.1952
Tribal Calendars.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.33.pp.30-3.

Bakhressa,S,K.1992
Kamusi ya Maana na Matumizi
Nairobi:Oxford University Press

Barrett,D,B.& Mambo,G,K.& McLaughlin,J.& McVeigh,M,J.(eds.).1973
Kenya Churches Handbook:The Development of Kenya Christianity 1498-1973.
(Department of Biblical Study and Reserch,National Christian Council of kenya).
Nairobi: Evangel Publishing House

Barrett,W,E,H.1911
Notes on the Customs and Beliefs of the Wagiriama.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.41.pp.29-31.

Beckleg,S. 1994
Medical Prulalism and Islam in Swahili Communities in Kenya.
Medical Anthropology Quarterly Vol.8(3) pp.299-313.

Becker,C,H.1968
Materials for the Understanding of Islam in German East Africa.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.68.pp.31-61.

Beidelman,T.O.1994
Reviews (D.Parkin Sacred Void: Spatial Images of Work and Ritual among the Giriama of Kenya)
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.24(1).pp.62-4.

Berg,F,J.1968
The Swahili Community of Mombasa 1500-1900.
Journal of African History Vol.9(1) pp.35-56.

Berg,F,J.& Walter,B,J.1968
Mosques, Population and Urban Development in Mombasa.
B.A.Ogot (ed.) Hadith 1. pp.47-100. East Africna Publishing House.

Berg,F,J.1971
Mombasa under the Busaidi Sultanate: The City and its Hinterland in the Nineteenth Century.
Ph.D.thesis University of Wisconsin

Berg,F,J.1974
The Coast from the Portuguese invation to the Rise of the Zanzibar Sultanate.
B.A.Ogot (ed.) Zamani: A Survey of East African History (New Edition). pp.115-34.EAPH Longman Kenya.

Bergman,J,L.1988
A Symbol, Spirit, and Social Organization: A Comparative Study of Islam and Indigeneous Religion among the Two Mijikenda People.
Seminar Paper No.182 Institute of African Studies, University of Nairobi.

Berg-Scholosser,D. 1984
Tradiions and Change in Kenya.
Munich: Ferdinand Schoningh.

Berman,B,J. 1991
Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Morality: The Paradox of Mau Mau.
Canadian Journal of African Studies Vol.25(2) pp.181-207.

Bible Translation and Literacy.1993
MWANDZO: Chitabu cha Kpwandza cha Nabii Musa.
Nairobi: International Bible Society

Boyd,A.1978
The Musical Instruments of Lamu.
Kenya Past and Present Vol.9.pp.3-7.

Brantley,C.1971
The Giriama in the Twentieth Century.
Conference KHA 5. pp.1-21.Nairobi.

Brantley,C,S. 1973
Giriama Rising, 1914: Forcus for Political Development in the Kenya Hinterland 1850-1963.
Ph.D.Thesis University of California, Los Angels

Brantley,C.1978
Gerontcratic Goverment: Age Set in Pre-colonial Giriama.
Africa Vol.48(3).pp.248-264.

Brantley,C.1979
Historical Persrctive of the Giriama and Witchcraft Control.
Africa Vol.49(2).pp.112-133.

Brantley,C,S. 1981
The Giriama and Colonial Resistance in Kenya 1800-1920.
California University Press

Bridge,R,C.1961
Krapf nd the Strategy of the Mission to East Africa,1844-1855.
Makerere Journal Vol.5. pp.37-50.

Brown,J,L.1980
Mijikenda Grave and Memorial Sculptures.
African Arts Vol.13(4). pp.36-9.88.

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Caplan,A,P.1975
Choice and Constraint in a Swahili Community:Property,Hierarchy,and Cognatic Descent on the East African Coast.
Oxford:Oxford university Press

Caplan,A,P.1976
Boys' Circumcision and Girls' Puberty Rites among the Swahili of Mafia Island, Tanzania.
Africa Vol.46(1).pp.21-33.

Caplan,A,P.1979
Spirit Possession : A Means of Curing of Mafia Island.
Kenya Past and Present Vol.10.pp.41-1.

Caplan,A,P.1982
Gender, Ideology, and Modes of Production on the East Coast of Africa.
Paideuma Vol.28.pp.29-43.

Caplan,A,P.1989
Perception of Gender Stratification.
Africa Vol.59(2).pp.196-208.

Caruso,J,S.1992
Witchcraft Eradication as Political Process in Kilifi District, Kenya 1955-1988 (Mijikenda, Tsuma Washe Kajiwe)
Ph.D.Thesis Columbia University

Cashmore,T,H,R.1961
Notes on the Chronology of the Wanika.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.57.pp.153-172.

Champion,A,M.1967
The Agiryama of Kenya.
Royal Anthropological Institute Occasional Paper 5
London:Royal Anthropological Institute

Charo,J.1981
Tamaa Mbele Mauti Nyuma
Nairobi: Kenya Literature Bureau

Chittick,H,N.1976
The Book of Zenj and the Mijikenda.
International Journal of African Historical Studies Vol.9.pp.68-73.

Ciekawy,D,M.1992
Witchcraft Eradication as Political Process in Kilifi District,Kenya 1955-1988 (Mijikenda, Tsuma Washe Kajiwe).
Ph.D.Thesis Columbia University.

Constantin,F.1989
Social Stratification on the Swahili Coast: From Race to Class?
Africa Vol.59(2) pp.145-60.

Cooper,F.1980
From Slave to Squatters: Plantation Labour and Agriculture in Zanzibar and Coastal Kenya, 1890-1925.
Naiori: Kenya Literature Bureau

Cooper,F. 1996
Feasts and Riot:Revelry, Rebellion, and Popular Consciousness on the Swahili Coast, 1856-1888.
Journal of Social History Vol.29(4) pp.1006-1008.

Cory,H. 1960
Religious Beliefs and Practices of the Sukuma / Nyamwezi Tribal Group.
Tanganyia Notes and Records Vol.54. pp.14-26.

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Dammann,E.1935
Digo Marchen.
Zeitschurift fur Eingeborenen-Sprachen Vol.26.pp.81-97.

Dammann,E.1935
Digo Marchen.
Zeitschurift fur Eingeborenen-Sprachen Vol.26.pp.202-231.

Dammann,E.1938
Erzahlungen eins Digo zur Geschichete seins Stammes.
Zeitschurift fur Eingeborenen-Sprachen Vol.29.pp.293-311.

Dammann,E.1941
Digo marchen.
Zeitschurift fur Eingeborenen-Sprachen Vol.32.pp.31-58.

Dammann,E.1944
Zur Geschichete der Digo.
Zeitschurift fur Eingeborenen-Sprachen Vol.34.pp.53-69.

Dammann,E.1958
Tiegeschieten der Digo.
Mitteilungen des Institute Orientforschung Vol.6.406-54.

Dammann,E.1960
Ein Nachtrag zur Geschichete der Digo.
Afrika und Ubersee Vol.44.pp.37-40.

Dammann,E.1960
Schwangerschaft,Geburt und Aufzucht der Kleinlinder bei den Digo.
Afrika und Ubersee Vol.44.pp.93-109.

Dammann,E.1969
A Tentative Philological Typology of Some African High Deities.
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.2(1) pp.81-95.

Dundas,C.1915
The Organization and Laws of Some Bantu Tribes in East Africa.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.45.pp.234-306.

Dundas,C.1915
Digo Customs.
Kenya National Archives DC/MSA/3/4 pp.199-205.213-23.

Dundas,C.1921
Native Laws of Some Bantu Tribes.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.51.pp.217-78.

Dundas,C.n.d.
The Wadigo.
Kenya National Archives DC/KWL/3/5 pp.99-114.& pp.189-202.

Dundas,C.n.d.
A Comparison of Giryama Customs with Digo Customs.
Kenya National Archives PC/Coast/1/1/199 pp.225-239.

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Eastmen.C,M.1971
Who are the Waswahili.
Africa Vol.41(3).pp.228-236.

Eastman,C,M. 1984
An Ethnography of Swahili Expressive Culture
Research in African Literatures Vol.15(3) pp.313-340.

Emery,R,N,L.1833
Short Account of Mombasa and the Neighbouring Coast of Africa.
Journal of Royal Geographic Society Vol.3.pp.280-3.

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Flankl,P.1990
The Word for "GOD" in Swahili.
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.20(3).pp.269-75.

Foster,D.1987
Structure and Performance of Swahili Oral Narrative.
Ph.D.Thesis University of Wisconsin-Madison 1984
University Microfilms International

Foster,D.1997
Women in Organizations: Chalenging Gender Politics.(Review)
Work,Employment and Society Vol.11(1) pp.178-80.

Frank,W.1953
Habari na Desturi za Waribe.
Macmillan, Sheldon Press.

Franken,M,A.1990
Anyone can dance: A Surven and Analysis of Swahili Ngoma, Past and Present.
Ph.D.Thesis University of California 1986
UMI Dissertion Information Service

Freeman-Grenville,G,S,P.1962
The East African Coast: Select Documents from the first to the Earlier Ninteenth cenruty.
Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Freeman-Grenville,G,S,P.1963
The Coast 1498-1840.
R.Oliver & G.Mathew (eds.) History of East Africa (Vol.1). pp.129-68. Oxford: Clarendon Press

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Gerlach,P,L.1959
Some Basic Digo Conceptions of Health and Disease.Attitudes to Health and Disease among Some East African Tribes: East African Institute of Social Reserch.
pp.9-34. Kampala: Makerere College

Gerlach,P,L.1961
The Social Organization of The Digo of Kenya.
Ph.D.Thesis, University of London

Gerlach,P,L.1963
Traders on Bicycle: A Study of Enterpreneurship and Culture Change among the Digo and Duruma of Kenya.
Sociolugus Vol.13.pp.32-49.

Giles,L,L.1983
Further Considerations on Mbaraki Pillar.
Azania Vol.18.pp.197-9.

Giles,L,L.1983
Mbaraki Pillar and its Spirits.
Kenya Past and Present Vol.19.pp.44-9.

Giles,L,L.1987
Possession Cult on the Swahili Coast: A Re-Examination of Theories of Marginality.
Africa Vol.57(2).pp.234-258.

Giles,L,L.1988
Spirit Possession Songs on the Swahili Coast.
Paper Presented at the African Literature Association Meeting. Pittsburge, 7 April.

Giles,L,L. 1989
Spirits, Class, amd Status in Swahili Society.
Expanded Version of a Paper Presented at the American Anthropological Association Meeting. Washinton DC. 18 November

Giles,L,L. 1989
Spirit Possesson on the Swahili Coast: Peripheral Cults or Primary Texts?
Ph.D.Thesis University of Texas at Austin

Giles,L,L. 1991
Swahili Ethnicity as Expressed through the Medium of Spirit Possession.
Expanded Version of a Paper Presented at the American Anthropological Association Meeting. Chicago IL. 22 November

Giles,L,L. 1989
The Dialectic of Spirit Production: A Cross-Culturel Dialogue.
Mankind Quarterly Vol.29(3). pp.243-65.

Giles,L,L. 1992
Socio-Cultural Change and Spirit Possession on the Swahili Coast of East Africa.
Presented at Annual Meeting Central States Anthropological Society, Cleveland OH.

Giles,L,L.1995
Sociocultural Change and Spirit Possesson on the Swahili Coast of East Africa.
Anthropological Quarterly VOl.68(2) pp.89-.

Gillette,C. 1978
A Test of the Concept of Backwardness: A Case Study of Digo Society in Kenya.
Ph.D.Thesis Cornell University.

Gillette,C. 1980
Maize Production in a Traditional African Society: Economic Rationality Revisite
Human Organization Vol.39(2) pp.184-186.

Glassman,J. 1995
Feasts and Riot:Revelry, Rebellion, and Popular Consciousness on the Swahili Coast, 1856-1888.
Nairobi: Heinmann

Gomm,R.1972
Harlots and Bachelors: Marital Instability among the Coastal Digo of Kenya.
Man (n.s.) Vol.7(1) pp.95-113.

Gomm,R.1975
Bargaining from Weakness: Spirit Possession on the South Kenya Coast.
Man (n.s.)Vol.10(4).pp.530-543.

Gower,R,H.1952
Swahili Borrowings from English.
Africa Vol.22(2).pp.154-157.

Gower,R,H.1958
Swahili Slang.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.51.pp.250-4.

Gray,J,M.1947
Rezende's Description of East Africa in 1634.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.23.pp.2-30.

Gray,J.1957
The British in Mombasa 1824-1826.
London:Macmillan

Gray,J,M.1963
Zanzibar and the Coastal Belt 1840-1884.
R.Oliver & G.Mathew (eds.) History of East Africa (Vol.1). pp.212-51. Oxford: Clarendon Press

Gray,N.1972
Acceptance of Land Adjudication among the Digo. Discussion Paper No.37
Institute of African Studies pp.1-11
Nairobi University

Gray,R.1957
Exorcising Demons on the Swahili Coast.
Tommorow Vol.5 pp.43-8.

Gray,R.1969
The Shetani Cult among the Segeju of Tanzania.
in J.Beattie and J.Middleton(eds.) Spirit Mediumship and Society in Africa.
pp.171-187.London; Loutledge Kegan & Paul.

Griffiths,J,B.1935
Glimpses of Nyika Tribe (Waduruma).
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.65.pp.267-296.

Grotanelli,V.1972
The Peopleing of the Horn of Africa.
Africa (Italia) Vol.27(3).pp.363-94.

Gulliver,P,H.1959
A Trival Map of Tanganyika.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.52.pp.61-74.

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Hamilton,R,W.1920
Land Tenure among the Bantu Wanyika of East Africa.
Journal of African Society Vol.20.pp.13-18.

Harm J.de Blij 1968
Mombasa: An African City.
Northwestern University Press

Harries,L.1952
Popular Verse of the Swahili Tradition.
Africa Vol.22(2).pp.158-64.

Harries,L.1959
Swahili Traditions of Mombasa.
Africa und Ubersee Vol.43(2) pp.81-105.

Harries,L.1964
The Arabs and Swahili Culture.
Africa Vol.24(3).pp.224-9.

Harries,L.1969
Language Policy in Tanzania.
Africa Vol.39(3).pp.274-80.

Harris,G,G.1957
Possession°∆Hysteria' in Kenya Tribe.
American Anthropologist Vol.59(6).pp.1046-1066.

Harris,G,G.1978
Casting out Anger: Religion among the Taita of Kenya.
Cambridge:Cambridge University Press

Hassan,A. Mwakimako 1995
Muslim NGOs and Community Development: The Kenyan Experience.
M.Bakari & Saad S.Yahya (eds.) Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the
National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. pp.224-33.
Mewa Publications

Hawthorne,W.et al.1981
KAYA; An Ethnobotanical Perspective: The Report of the Oxford Ethnobotanical Expedition to Kenya.
Oxford:Oxford University Press

Hellier,C,A,B. 1940
Swahili Prose Literature.
Bantu Studies Vol.14. pp.247-57.

Herlehy,T,J.1985
An Economic History of the Kenya Coast: The Mijikenda Coconut Palm Economy, CA 1800-1980 (Wine, Alcohol)
Ph.D.Thesis Boston University

Hobley,C,W.1916
Digo Internal Organization.
Kenya National Archives PC/Coast/1/1/199 pp.277-9.

Hobley,C,W.1970
KENYA: From Chartered Company to Crown Colony: Thirty Years of Exploration and Administration in British East Africa (2nd Edition).
Frank Cass & Co.Ltd.

Hollis,A,C.1909
A Note on the Graves of Wa-Nyika.
Man Vol.9.p.145.

Hollis,A,C.1916
Nyika Proverbs.
Journal of African Society Vol.16.pp.62-70.

Hollis,A.1900
Notes on the History of Vumba, East Africa.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.30.pp.275-98.

Hollis,A.& Werner,A.1916
Nyika Enigmas.
Journal of African Society Vol.16.pp.135-142.

Holway,J,D.1970
The Religious Composition of the Population of the Coast Province of Kenya.
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.3.pp.228-239.

Holway,J,D.1971
The Quran in Swahili:Three Translation.
Muslim World Vol.61.pp.102-10.

Holway,J,D.1972
C.M.S. Contact with Islam in East Africa Before 1914.
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.5.pp.200-212.

Holway,J,D.1973
Islam in Kenya and Relation with the Churches.
in D.Barrette et al(eds.) pp.295-301.Nairobi

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Iliffe,J.1974
Tanzania Under German and British Rule.
B.A.Ogot (ed.) Zamani: A Survey of East African History (New Edition). pp.295-313.
EAPH Longman Kenya.

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Janmohamed,K,K.1978
A History of Mombasa, c. 1895-1939: Some Aspects of Economic and Social Life in asn East African Port Town during Colonial Rule.
Ph.D.Thesis Northwestern University

Johnson,F.1935
KAMUSI YA KISWAHILI
Nairobi:Oxford University Press

Johnson,F.1939
A STANDARD SWAHILI-ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
Nairobi: Oxford University Press

Johnstone,H,B.1902
Notes on the Customs of the Tribes Occupying Mombasa Subdistrict.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.32.pp.263-272.

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Katama Mkangi 1995
The Perception of Islam by the Mjikenda of Kenya Coast.
M.Bakari & Saad S.Yahya (eds.) Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the
National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. pp.109-15.
Mewa Publications

Kayamba,H,M,T.1928
The Wadigo.
Kenya National Archives DC/KWL/3/5/ pp.248-80.

Kayamba,H,M,T.1932
The Modern Life of the East African Native.
Africa Vol.5.pp.50-59.

Kayamba,H,M,T.1936
The Story of Martin Kayamba...written by himself.
M.Perham (ed.) Ten Africans.
London: Faber & Faber

Kayamba,H,M,T.1947
Notes on the Wadigo.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.23.pp.80-96.

Kimambo,I,N.1974
The Eastern Bantu Peoples.
B.A.Ogot (ed.) Zamani: A Survey of East African History (New Edition). pp.195-209.
EAPH Longman Kenya.

Knappert,J.1961
The Divine Names.
Swahili: Journal of East Africa Swahili Comitee Vol.31 pp.180-99.

Knappert,J.1966
Notes on Swahili Literature.
African Language Studies Vol.7 pp.126-59.

Knappert,J.1966
Swahili Islamic Terms.
Dini na Mila Vol.4(1) pp.6-22.

Knappert,J.1967
Some Aspects of Swahili Literature.
Tanganyika Notes and Records.Vol.67.

Knappert,J.1967
Swahili Theological Terms. African Language Studies Vol.8 pp.84-91.

Knappert,J.1967
Traditional Swahili Poetry: An Investigation into the Concepts of East African Islam as Reflected in the Utenzi Literature.
Leiden: E.J.Brill.

Knappert,J.1970
Social and Moral Concepts in Swahili Islamic Literature.
Africa Vol.40(2).pp.125-136.

Knappert,J. 1971
Swahili Islamic Poetry (Vol.1-3)
Leiden E.J.Brill

Knappert,J.1972
A Choice of Flowers, Chaguo la maua: An Anthrogy of Swahili Love Poetry.
Nairobi: Neinemann.

Knappert,J.1978
Swahili Religious Terms.
Journal of Religion in Africa Vol.3.pp.67-80.

Knappert.J.1979
Myths & Legends of the Swahili.
East African Educational Publishiers.

Knnapert,J.1982
Swahili Oral Traditions.
Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Vol.13(1) pp.22-30.

Knappert,J.1989
Swahili Arts and Crafts.
Kenya Past and Pressent Vol.21.pp.20-8.

Kokwaro,J,O.1993
MEDICINAL PLANTS OF EAST AFRICA (Second Edition).
Nairobi:Kenya Literature Bureau

Koristschoner,H.1936
Ngoma ya Shetani: An East African Native Treatment for Psychical Disorder.
Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.66.pp.209-217.

Koristschoner,H.1936
Details of A Native Medical Treatment.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.2.pp.67-71.

Krapf,J,L. 1850
Vocabulary of Six East-African Languages
(Kisuaheli,Kinika, Kikamba,Kipokomo, Kihiau, Kigalla)
Farnborough : Gregg Press 1967

Krapf,J,L. 1858
Reisen in Ostafrika.
Kornthal adn Stuttgart

Krapf,K,L.1860
Travels. Reserches and Missionary Labours during an Eighteen Year's Residents in East Africa.
Boston:Tricknor & Fields

Krapf,J,L. 1882
A Dictionary of the Suahili Language.
Farnborough : Gregg Press. 1964

Krapf,L.1887
A Nika-English Dictionary.
London: Society for Promoting Chirstian Knowledge.

Kuria Mwangi 1995
The Application and Development of Sharia in Kenya: 1895-1990.
M.Bakari & Saad S.Yahya (eds.) Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the
National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. pp.252-9.
Mewa Publications

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Lambert,H,E.1924
Notes on the Mjomba Rule.
Kenya National Archives DC/KWL/3/5 pp.245-7.

Lambert,H,E.1952
Swahili Popular Verse.
Africa Vol.22(4).pp.372.

Lambert,H,E.1965
Some Initiation Songs of the Southern Kenya Coast.
Swahili: Journal of East Africa Swahili Comitee Vol.35(1) pp.47-67.

Lawless,J,W.1993
The Effect of Iron Supplements and Biocultural Factors on Appetitte, Food Intake and Growth in Kenya Digo Children.
Ph.D.Thesis Cornell University

Le Guennec-Coppens,F.1989
Social and Cultural Integration: A Case Study of the East African Hadramis.
Africa Vol.59(2) pp.185-95.

Lewis,I,M.1960
The Somali Conquest of the Horn of Africa.
Journal of African History Vol.(2).pp.213-229.

Lienhardt,P.1959
The Mosque College of Lamu and Its Social Background.
Tanganyika Notes and Records Vol.53.

Lienhardt,P.1968
Introduction.
Lienhardt,P.(ed.and Trans.) The Medicine Man
Oxford: Clarendon Press

Lundeby,E,A.1993
The Digo of the South Kenyan Coast: Description and Annoted Bibliography.
Th.M.Thesis Fuller Theological Seminar School of World Mission

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Marchant,W,S.n.d.
Notes on Duruma & Digo Customs with Particular Reference to Marriage, Divorce & Inheritance.
Kenya National Archives DC/KWL/3/5 pp.73-89.

Martin,B,G.1969
Muslim Politics and Resistance to Colonial Rule: Shaykh Uways B. Muhammad Al-Barawi and the Qadiriya Brotherhood in East Africa.
Journal of African History Vol.10(3).pp.471-486.

Martin,E,B.1972
Maulidi Festivities at Lamu.
Kenya Past and Present Vol.1(3).pp.16-21.

McGivney,J. 1993
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