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John S. Matthiasson

very little explicit comparative treatment of the history of these cities. University of Massachusetts Amherst, U.S.A. SURINDER K. MEHTA BOOK REVIEWS George M. Klima, The Barabaig: East African Cattle-Herders. (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology). New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Dallas

Philip C. Salzman

the degenerate state of the Portuguese residents in East Africa and their inability to develop Mosam- bique. The expedition sponsored by the British government came to an end in 1863 and was judged a failure because "it had only seen things and not done them. It had revealed the obstacles to its full

Priscilla Reining

, The Barabaig East African Cattle-Herders (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology). New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Dallas, Montreal, Toronto, London, Sydney, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970, pp. xii, 112, map references. In the annals of East African research, the year 1970 will surely

Martin Ottenheimer

. University of Kansas Lawrence, Ks. U.S.A. REINHILD KAUENHOVEN-JANZEN Abdul Hamid M. el Zein, The Sacred Meadows: A Structural Analysis of Religious Symbolism in an East African Town, Evanston, Northwestern Uni- versity Press, 1974, pp. xxiii, 365, Maps, Figures, n.p., hardback. The Sacred Meadows is a