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GEOGRAPHIC SOCIAL AND ETHNIC BOUNDARIES
Uvira Zone and Surrounding Areas Annual
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accumulation activities African agricultural analysis Arabs Archives bridewealth Bruxelles Burundi capital capitalist mode cattle owners chapter chiefs chiefship clan collected colonizers considered contradictions cotton crops cultivation determined difficult domestic mode dominant economic especially ethnic group Europeans example exchange existed explain exploitation fact father forced Furiiru give given herd hoes important individual interests ivory Katembo Kigurwe labor land latter least living longer March marriage means Mirundi mode of production Mokogabwe move mwami organization origins payment period persons political population position possible pre-capitalist problem reasons receiver relations of production relationship role rubber rule Rundi Ruzizi river Rwanda seems situation social social and economic society stories structure sub-chief subjects success surplus tion took trading Tutsi understand Uvira Uvira Zone valley Vira wealth women