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Found: 25 Record 1-25 Search: Origins

Dissertation / thesisBita, C. (2012)
The Origin of Malindi Town
MA thesis. Dar es Salaam: University of Dar es Salaam.

Periodical articleWalsh, M. (1992)
Mijikenda Origins: A review of the evidence
Abstract presentTransafrican Journal of History. Volume 21 #1. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleNurse, D. (1991)
Shungwaya and the Diaspora
Abstract presentÉtudes Océan Indien. Volume 12. p. 125-159.

Book chapterAllen, J.d.V. (1984)
Shungwaya, the Segeju and Somali history
In: Labahn, T. (ed.), Archaeology and History, Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Somali Studies, 1983. Hamburg: Buske. p. 35-72.

Periodical articleAllen, J.d.V. (1983)
Shungwaya, the Mijikenda, and the Traditions
International Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 16 #3. p. 455-484.

Periodical articleAllen, J.d.V. (1983)
From Shungwaya to the Kaya
Kenya Historical Review.

Periodical articleNurse, D. (1983)
A Linguistic Reconsideration of Swahili Origins
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 18. p. 127-150.

BookSpear, T.T. (1981)
Traditions of Origin and their Interpretation: The Mijikenda of Kenya
Papers in International Studies; Africa series 42. Athens: Ohio University, Center for International Studies.

Periodical articleStiles, D.N. (1981)
Hunters of the Northern East African Coast: Origins and historical processes
Africa. Volume 51 #4. p. 848-862.

Periodical articleStiles, D.N. (1980)
Origins of the Hunting Peoples of the Northern East African Coast
Transafrican Journal of History. Volume 9 #1-2. p. 52-69.

Periodical articleTolmacheva, M. (1980)
Swahili Ethnic History and Traditions of Early Migrations
Soviet Ethnography (Sovetskaja Etnografia). Volume 3. p. 51-60.

Periodical articleTolmacheva, M. (1979)
'They Came from Damascus in Syria': A note on traditional Lamu historiography
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 12 #2. p. 259-269.

Periodical articleMorton, R.F. (1977)
New Evidence Regarding the Shungwaya Myth of Miji Kenda Origins
International Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 10 #4. p. 628-643.

Dissertation / thesisMwakio, J.M. (1977)
The Origin of the Wataita, their Culture and their Political Evolution between the Early 16th Century and 1963
M.A. thesis. University of Nairobi.

Periodical articleSedlak, P.A.S. (1977)
Migration Theory: The northeastern coastal Bantu and the Shungwaya hypothesis
Studies in African Linguistics. Volume 7 #7. p. 211-221.

Periodical articleSpear, T.T. (1977)
Traditional Myths and Linguistic Analysis: Singwaya revisited
History in Africa. Volume 4. p. 229-246.

Periodical articleChittick, H.N. (1976)
The Book of the Zenj and the Miji Kenda
International Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 68-73.

Book chapterHinnebusch, T.J. (1976)
The Shungwaya Hypothesis: A linguistic reappraisal
In: Gallagher, J.T. (ed.), East African Culture History. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University.

Book chapterChittick, H.N. (1975)
The Peopling of the East African Coast
In: Chittick, H.N.; Rotberg, R.I. (eds.), East Africa and the Orient. New York: Africana Publishing. p. 16-43.

Periodical articleLiszka, S.W. (1974)
A Preliminary Report of Research on the Origins and Internal Migration of the Taita People
Mila. Volume 4 #2. p. 38-64.

Periodical articleSpear, T.T. (1974)
Traditional Myths and Historian's Myths: Variations on the Singwaya theme of Mijikenda origins
History in Africa. Volume 1. p. 67-84.

Periodical articleMorton, R.F. (1972)
The Shungwaya Myth of Miji Kenda Origins: A problem of late nineteenth-century Kenya coastal history
International Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 397-423.

Periodical articlePrins, A.H.J. (1972)
The Shungwaya Problem: Traditional history and cultural likeness in Bantu North-East Africa
Anthropos. Volume 67 #1-2. p. 9-35.

Book chapterGrottanelli, V. (1955)
A Lost African Metropolis (Shungwaya)
In: Lukas, J. (ed.), Afrikanistische Studien. Berlin: Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften, Institut für Orientforschung. p. 231-242.

Periodical articlePrins, A.H.J. (1955)
Shungwaya, die Urheimat der Nordost-Bantu: Eine stammesgeschichtliche Untersuchung
Anthropos. Volume 50 #1-3. p. 273-281.

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