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‘Law and Order must Take Precedence in Everything that has to do with the Native’: The African ‘Location,’ Control, and the Creation of Urban Protest in Salisbury, Colonial Zimbabwe,1908-1930

‘Law and Order must Take Precedence in Everything that has to do with the Native’: The African ‘Location,’ Control, and the Creation of Urban Protest in Salisbury, Colonial Zimbabwe,1908-1930

Title: ‘Law and Order must Take Precedence in Everything that has to do with the Native’: The African ‘Location,’ Control, and the Creation of Urban Protest in Salisbury, Colonial Zimbabwe,1908-1930
Author: Chitofiri, Kudakwashe
Year: 2019
Periodical: The Historian (ISSN 0018-2370)
Volume: 81
Issue: 2
Pages: 213-234
Language: English
Geographic term: Zimbabwe
Subject: Urbanization and Migration
External link: https://doi.org/10.1111/hisn.13132

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