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Tsetse control in Northern Rhodesia
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In Northern Mashonoland, records show that minimal effort was required with respect to the hunting of elephant and buffalo in relation to tsetse fly control during , enabling staff to. Tsetse-flies -- Control -- Zimbabwe -- History Filed under: Zimbabwe -- History A History of Rhodesia, Compiled From Official Sources (Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood and Sons, ), by Howard Hensman (page images at Google; US access only).
——— () Archaeological distributions and a tentative history of tsetse infestation in Rhodesia and the Northern Transvaal. Arnoldia (Rhodesia). 3(13), Google Scholar. However, in the British South Africa Company gave up control over Northern Rhodesia. Thereafter, it was administered by the British government. The copper mines developed in what is now known as the Copper belt created huge profits that were sent overseas. In order to develop an abundant workforce for the mines, the colonial government.
Mr. John Easton has the following to say in his book: Northern Rhodesia, If Waterlow had wished to show De La Rue how the Gambia series might have been designed they could nor have chosen a better subject than the first issue for Northern Rhodesia, which was designed by W. G. Fairweather. The history is given of sleeping sickness, of both the Gambian and Rhodesian types, in Nyanza Region, Kenya, leading up to the explosive outbreak, in Alego and the surrounding locations in , of T. rhodesiense infections transmitted by G. fuscipes (G. palpalis fuscipes).. Some account is given of the characteristics of this epidemic, of the conditions that may have contributed to it and of.
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This article looks at different kinds of historical sources – colonial science and African rumours – and argues that both can be used to reconstruct the history of changing colonial policies, and African responses to them, Tsetse control in Northern Rhodesia book tsetse and game control in the Northern Province of Northern Rhodesia in Cited by: Get this from a library.
Wild life in an African Territory; a study made for the Game and Tsetse Control Dept. of Northern Rhodesia. [F Fraser Darling; Northern Rhodesia. Game and Tsetse Control Department.] -- Ecological study reporting on the status of larger animals in Northern Rhodesia. Game and Tsetse Control Department.
Annual Report for the Year Reference has already been made [this Bulletin,v. 45, ] to an interesting administrative arrangement in Northern Rhodesia.
As the main tsetse problem relates to G. morsitans, it is closely connected with by: 2. Review by R. Barkley (Northern Rhodesia Police ) Some time ago several senior members of the Administration of Northern Rhodesia, including the late Sir Glyn Jones, decided that something should be written to eounter the denigration of the Colonial Serviee by the media in general and the BBC in particular, though it must be said that it is now possible to detect slightly more.
A Short Survey of the Aims and Functions of the Game and Tsetse Control Department of Northern Rhodesia. The author gives a general, readable account of problems of game, tsetse and fisheries and of the method which is being developed by the Government of Northern Rhodesia for handling by: 4.
He was appointed to the Game and Tsetse Department of Northern Rhodesia inas an elephant control officer. A formidable hunter, Carr was slight of stature, but he was tough and intrepid. THE BREEDING OF SOME LARGER MAMMALS IN NORTHERN RHODESIA. ANSELL F.Z.S. Game and Fisheries Department, N.R.
Government. Search for more papers by this author BASED ON MATERIAL COLLECTED FROM A TSETSE CONTROL GAME ELIMINATION SCHEME., Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, /jtbx,3, ( SALISBURY, South Rhodesia, June 9—The Government of Southern Rhodesia announced tonight that it would eliminate game by shooting in certain areas to prevent the spread of tsetse fly.
Beyond the Malachite Hills is a businesslike account of the last days of colonial government in Northern Rhodesia, and the first years of African self-government in its successor state, Zambia.
Social control of trypanosomiasis in African history deserves further study. The pioneering work in this field is John Ford's respected but neglected The Role of the Trypanosomiases in African Ecology ().
While Ford's arguments have received support from recent findings in immunological, epidemiological and epizootiological research, they have rarely met with evaluation or engagement.
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Cockbill, G.F., Lovemore, D.F. and Phelps, R.J. The control of tsetse flies (Glossina: ae) in a heavily infested area of Southern Rhodesia by means of insecticide discharges from aircraft, followed by settlement. Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, also called Central African Federation, political unit created in and ended on Dec.
31,that embraced the British settler-dominated colony of Southern Rhodesia and the territories of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, which were under the control of the British Colonial Office.
They had come from near tsetse fly belts in Northern Rhodesia and Nvasaland about 15 months before and denied that they had visited the local fly area. Such a visit was unlikely as alien natives do not visit native reserves inhabited by indigenous natives, unless. In his new book Forged in the Great War: People, Transport, and Labour, the Establishment of Colonial Rule in Zambia,Jan-Bart Gewald, Professor of Southern African History at Leiden University and senior researcher at the African Studies Centre, writes about the establishment of colonial rule in Northern Rhodesia, the current Zambia.
The book is supplemented by maps of Zambia (also known before its independence in as Northern Rhodesia), with its eight neighboring countries in south central. Times were tough so Barry joined the Northern Rhodesian Game and Tsetse Department as a Game Ranger on the 19th June In controlled hunting was introduced by the department under the Conducted Hunting Scheme and A.E.P Shultz and J.B Shenton were the first ever Professional Hunters in Northern Rhodesia from to Get this from a library.
Wild life in an African territory: a study made for the Game and Tsetse Control Department of Northern Rhodesia.
[Frank Fraser Darling, Sir]. Northern Province of Northern Rhodesia in the IS involved local and colonial ideas about the relationship between wild animals, tsetse flies, authority and shifting cultivation (citemene).1 Neither African nor European ideas were fixed, nor were they untouched by each other.
Southern Rhodesia had two names in two time periods: Republic of Southern Rhodesia which was preceeded by Colony of Southern Rhodesia; a land-locked self-governing British Crown colony in southern Africa which was established in consisting of British South Africa Company territories lying south of the Zambezi River.
The region was informally known as south Zambesia until annexed by.1. Introduction. Trypanosomiasis has been endemic in Zambia for a long time. The great African rinderpest pandemic which wiped out most of the ungulate population in the late s contributed to the decline of the wildlife and tsetse distribution in Zambia [1, 2].As a result, eastern Zambia was largely free of tsetse making cattle rearing virtually possible in the Luangwa valley towards the.Department of Veterinary and Tsetse Control Services, Northern Rhodesia Government.
Search for more papers by this author. J. E. CLARKE. Department of Veterinary and Tsetse Control Services, Northern Rhodesia Government. Search for more papers by this author. First published: April