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Sobba Ecuhique to Cheffe comunciao Catumbella, 18 September Most of the present older generation have had this experience and nearly every man of the present middle-generation as well’. In this work, oral testimony is treated as any other source and used to cross-check other information, ocmunicao it is evident that the social history of Huambo or any other Angolan city would be much more interesting and valuable with a more systematic use of oral history.

Kingdoms founded by hunters were Ngalange, the nearest to Feti and a leading kingdom among the Ovimbundu; Empreaarial, whose hunter prince Katiavala came from north-west Cipala ; Ndulu, founded by the elephant hunter Katekulu Mengo; and Viye, named after an elephant hunter that came from south Humbi. This work involved more than intellectual endeavour.

The slave trade and the role of the Imbangala were hardly affected. Early Mbundu States in Angola Oxford, They also changed over time and according to place and, sometimes, opinions diverged even within a government or a political party.


It lasted until the abolition of the Native Statute in A researcher depends greatly on the staff in the archives where research is carried on.

African peasant agriculture played a much greater economic role in Angola than in Mozambique throughout the colonial period and was responsible for a substantial part of the country’s exports.

The establishment of a plantation sector mostly owned by non-Portuguese companies was visible in Mozambique, where European merchant-settlers were never so important as they were in Angola.

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There was no single ‘African slavery’, just as there was no single ‘Western slavery’. In Angola this colonial doctrine influenced Governor Paiva Couceiro who tried a series of administrative reforms, hampered by military activity and temporarily suspended by the change of regime in Portugal in Cattle, exported live or killed for meat and hides, were mainly bought from African owners.

European Governors in Africa London, However, as expected, many aspects of people’s lives were not touched in those documents. The limitations of Portuguese power, trying to keep at bay their foreign competitors but lacking the resources further to develop their own trade, are explained by Miller. This was the result of a greater number of slaves and slave-like dependents from other societies reinforcing the old aristocracies. Ekwikwi, whose capital they visited on their way to Viye, forced them to stay and open a mission station in Mbalundu instead.

Portaria – ordinance; by-law. Women from Huambo Kwando mission, It is useful to distinguish colonial ideology from both colonial doctrines and actual policies on the ground. Those were the years of the final advance of the military conquest and of the transition from military to civil administration in the hinterland. Those among the colonized who could prove that they had a ‘civilized’ way of life that is, having ‘assimilated’ enough European culture were entitled to the same rights, that is, to full citizenship.

As he stresses, social organization always undergoes change, so ‘a “typical kingdom” can at best be a snapshot of a moment in time’. See also Henriques, Percursos, The local press represents another source, although it was only in that Huambo got its own newspaper and it was explicitly ‘o jornal do colono’, directed to the interests of white settlers, with only an occasional and critical glimpse of the black population in town.


Moreover, their legal status as ‘natives’ was more relevant in shaping social life, as we will see, than their ethno-linguistic affiliation. Empresarizl helps me live my life every day. The Portuguese Republic had to make the transition from a system based on the trade of wild or semi-processed products secured by independent Africans to a system supposedly centred on plantation and mining.

The decline in rubber prices and its impact on the trade-based economy was an important cause of the revolt: Silva Porto tried to act as peacemaker but both sides disregarded his advice and, unable to deal with the situation, he committed suicide.

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This work deals with a variety of different themes and the main secondary references are provided in the respective chapters. The Portuguese southern Atlantic slave trade in the eighteenth century’, in Barbara Solow ed. Although skins, leather and bark cloth were not forgotten, people more involved in the trade used exclusively imported cloth, which displaced former ways of dressing. Decades later, Huambo’s newspaper still discussed Samakaka’s identity and actions.

A ‘Native Court’ functioned in each administrative centre, run by the Portuguese authority. Andrew Battell in E. Henrique Paiva Couceiro, Angola dois anos de governo. I did not use the same approach calorie counting and calorie deficit the first time and that could be why I burnt out so quickly.

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