March 29, 2012
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Historical Dictionary of Zambia by John J. Grotpeter, Brian V. Siegel, and James R. Pletcher. Includes coverage of Zambia's colonial and Federation eras, and Zambian archaeology.
A History of Zambia by Andrew Roberts. Published in 1976. Out of print, but available from Alibris.
History of the Tonga Chiefs and Their People in the Monze District of Zambia by Santosh C. Saha.
Kingdom of Kazembe by Giacomo Macola. History and politics in northeastern Zambia and Katanga (in Congo) to 1950. This is the first full-length history of Kazembe, the largest of central Africa's Lunda kingdoms. Established around 1740, Kazembe lasted until 1890 and had nine kings.
Twilight on the Zambezi: Late Colonialism in Central Africa by Eugenia W. Herbert. Beginning with a lively study of Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), the book moves to the views of native councils, colonial leaders, campaigners for independence, and the Colonial Office in London.
Africa, Another Side of the Coin: Northern Rhodesia's Final Years and Zambia's Nationhood by Andrew Sardanis. The story of the twilight of colonialism and birth and development of a major new African nation seen from the standpoint of a businessman in Zambia.
Globetrotter Zambia and Victoria Falls by William Gray. This travel guide highlights the major places of interest and their principal attractions. Includes full-color maps and photos.
More Books About Zambia
Lozi by Ernest Douglas Brown and A.M. Ibeanu. Children's book about the Lozi (a.k.a. Barotse or Malozi) people of Barotseland in Zambia.