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The Turkana boya 1. Fossils found in Kenya suggest that primates roamed the area more than 20 million years ago. Recent findings near Lake Turkana indicate that hominids such as Homo habilis 1. Previous research on early hominids is particularly identified with Mary Leakey and Louis Leakeywho were responsible for the preliminary archaeological research at Olorgesailie and Hyrax Hill.
Later work at the former site was undertaken by Glynn Isaac. Remarkable prehistoric sites in the interior of Kenya include the archaeoastronomical site Namoratunga on the west side of Lake Turkana and the walled settlement of ThimLich Ohinga in Migori County.
Swahili culture and trade 1st century—19th century Further information: The Kenyan coast had served host to communities of ironworkers and communities of Bantu subsistence farmers, hunters and fishers who supported the economy with agriculture, fishing, metal production and trade with foreign countries.
These communities formed the earliest city states in the region which were collectively known as Azania. This led to the increase economic growth of the Swahili states, introduction of IslamArabic influences on the Swahili Bantu languagecultural diffusionas well as the Swahili city-states becoming a member of a larger trade network.
At its height, its authority stretched over the entire length of the Swahili Coastincluding Kenya. The Swahili built Mombasa into a major port city and established trade links with other nearby city-states, as well as commercial centres in Persia, Arabia, and even India.
Swahili, a Bantu language with ArabicPersianand other Middle Eastern and South Asian loanwordslater developed as a lingua franca for trade between the different peoples. Throughout the centuries, the Kenyan Coast has played host to many merchants and explorers.
Among the cities that line the Kenyan coast is the City of Malindi. It has remained an important Swahili settlement since the 14th century and once rivalled Mombasa for dominance in the African Great Lakes region.
Malindi has traditionally been a friendly port city for foreign powers.
Inthe Chinese trader and explorer Zheng He representing the Ming Dynasty visited the East African coast on one of his last 'treasure voyages'. British Kenya — British East Africa in The colonial history of Kenya dates from the establishment of a German protectorate over the Sultan of Zanzibar 's coastal possessions infollowed by the arrival of the Imperial British East Africa Company in Imperial rivalry was prevented when Germany handed its coastal holdings to Britain in This was followed by the building of the Kenya—Uganda railway passing through the country.
The Nandi were the first ethnic group to be put in a native reserve to stop them from disrupting the building of the railway. Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck took command of the German military forces, determined to tie down as many British resources as possible.
Completely cut off from Germanyvon Lettow conducted an effective guerrilla warfare campaign, living off the land, capturing British supplies, and remaining undefeated. He eventually surrendered in Northern Rhodesia today Zambia fourteen days after the Armistice was signed in To chase von Lettow, the British deployed the British Indian Army troops from India but needed large numbers of porters to overcome the formidable logistics of transporting supplies far into the interior on foot.
The Carrier Corps was formed and ultimately mobilised overAfricans, contributing to their long-term politicisation. By the s, approximately 30, white settlers lived in the area and gained a political voice because of their contribution to the market economy.
To protect their interests, the settlers banned the growing of coffee, introduced a hut tax, and the landless were granted less and less land in exchange for their labour. A massive exodus to the cities ensued as their ability to provide a living from the land dwindled.Recently, the Sikh Coalition invited high school students from all over the world to submit entries into their Diversity Essay Contest on “The Role of Freedom of Religion in the context of Contemporary Society.”.
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The coalition Government embarked on an ambitious and widespread reform programme following the general election. The centerpiece of the reforms, the Health and Social Care Act , introduced substantial changes to the way the NHS in England is organised.
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The purpose of this prize is to encourage deeper reflection and consideration by Harvard Law School students about their chosen profession, its role in society, and the many challenges that lawyers face in a rapidly-changing world. ETHNIC CONFLICT A defining force in India's modern history and politics, ethnic conflict was the principal cause behind the creation of India and Pakistan as independent nation-states.
It has made and unmade governments, led to wars, and precipitated domestic strife in many parts of India. Jan 11, · One might have expected Labour’s defeat in the general election to have removed these obstacles to completing ‘stage two’ of House of Lords reform, but there has subsequently been little substantive progress under either the Coalition or post Conservative Governments.