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mining districts of Cornwall and Devon. Highston, near the Tamar
in east Cornwall, "would be a barren waste were it not for its rich
workings of tin, which is both mined and streamed." He found sim
ilar conditions as he passed through Bodmin, Redruth, Lclant, St
Just, and Newlyn. There were
did not have a courtyard.
The Indian block can serve as an important case study for understanding missionaries’ stance on “Indian colonisation” of EastAfrica. An examination of the events that led to the construction of this block might also reveal important new links between British India and East
written the (general lack of) preserva-
tion of EastAfrican Swahili manuscripts provided high loss rates of
round –90% per century. Such a value of a loss rate means it will be
very diffi cult to get a reliable picture of anything older than a few
centuries in tropical areas.72 With such high loss
German Federal Ministry for Education and Research ( bmft ) took a stance that was justified both by the critical situation ensuing from German reunification and the challenge of assuming responsibility for the process of restructuring East German science: 179 the ambitious dream of a 3 km
my Brother Will1
1. Lister indicated in his notebook this letter was sent in a packet with other pieces of cor-
respondence to his friends Mr. Sharpe and John Peck.
50 Lister to Sharpe 00220022 Martin Lister to [Thomas] Sharpe Bordeaux, France,
13 November/23 November
Source: Bodl. ms
nationwide Sinophobia coexisted under the same curse of racism for much of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It would be interesting to know what Jews thought about Chinese immigration. Yet scholars seem to have more interest in studying Jewish relations with African Americans, another group
events in Morocco, with a look at Tunisia's participation in the Algerian crisis. North Africa thus takes up about half the volume, the rest covering Europe, the Middle East, South-East Asia, and the Far East. Documents are presented in chronological order, with a table of contents classifying them
cases in the Post-Soviet region (e.g. Bader and Van Ham, 2015; Goodnow et al., 2014 ; Lankina and Skovoroda, 2017 ), with only a few studies in Africa (e.g. Bratton, 2008 ; Dercon and Gutiérrez-Romero, 2012 ; Ishiyama et al., 2016 ). None of this research has been carried out in Zambia. More