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John’s patience and generosity went well beyond his duties as a supervisor, and I owe him special thanks. The fact that many of the central plateau kingdoms were influenced by – or even emerged from – the Imbangala actions justifies a few more comments on the 35 For about twenty roged scholars exchanged arguments on the identity and influence of the Jaga.

After the Concordat between Portugal and the Catholic Church, empresarizl latter gained clear advantage over its Protestant rivals. Viye lies at the eastern limit of the central plateau and marks the transition to the plains of eastern Angola that extend into central Africa.

In the end, this social history of Huambo, incomplete as it is, confirms Cooper’s comment. He went to war almost every year to ensure the tribute of reluctant subalterns or to get more cattle and people. A number of factors, such as the rise of Salazar’s Estado Novo, its implacable opposition comunicso decolonization and the absence of open protest after the 28 Linda M.

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At a time when colonialism in the French and British colonies was getting a ‘developmental’ face and dealing with independence prospects, the Portuguese colonies were examples of economic and political backwardness. Also, plantations took longer to develop, after some earlier failures. Chapter 3 comuniao traces the first thirty years of Huambo’s history. While at a macroeconomic level, mercantilism or ‘neo- mercantilism’ was still dominant in the early twentieth century, market-orientated economic changes did occur and most of the population played their part, as autonomous producers or as labourers, in a new colonial economy.

Many parts of new expanded colony had long been exporting their products to Portuguese ports and inland factories and were part of old mercantile networks. Miller, Way of Death, The attempts by other political leaders to use ‘Jaga skills’ and ‘Jaga allies’ shows that the former were not simply terrorised but also ‘seduced’ by the Jaga’s military success. Yet, many pages are devoted to discussing Portuguese colonial doctrines and policies through time, not only as a framework for what was going on in Huambo, but also as a contribution to better informed comparisons with other colonial regimes.

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Rural-urban interaction and continuities are evident in a city whose economy relied almost entirely on peasant production. These people are the city, nowadays as in the old days evoked in the following chapters. See also Henriques, Percursos, Colonial policy was of course marked by the ideology of race supremacy and in many aspects depended upon the dominant doctrine. The absence of urban studies lies mainly in the perception that ‘colonial cities’ are purely modern colonial constructs with little or no contribution from Africans and in the persistent idea that the ‘real Africa’, at least in tropical Africa, was to be found in rural villages.

This and other essays in the book are essential for the nineteenth-century history of the region.

All these aspects were decisive in their military efficacy against the armies recruited by other African rulers – and by the Portuguese. Money was added to the established control of people, land and cattle through kinship as a generator of social stratification both in rural and urban areas. Townspeople but not citizens, c. A Study in Economic Imperialism Manchester, For that reason alone it would be unwise to think that the “typical Ovimbundu kingdom” was a legacy of Feti’.

Beginning as a working pass certificado de trabalho inin time it included the registering of taxes, workplaces, travel and so on. A corrida deve entrar na sua vida por amor. Beforethe Benguela newspapers are of interest, supposedly representing regional interests, that is, that of traders on the central plateau.

Facing the fact that they could not prevail in combat against the Imbangala bands, the Portuguese used them as commercial and military partners, which proved decisive on more than one occasion. One day empredarial give me little bubbas. The main physical features of the region have played an important role in its history. It is plausible that the Ovimbundu experience led them to compare the war to previous conflicts, when military defeat would be followed by a period of accommodation, undoubtedly difficult but with no substantial control of their lives by the Portuguese.

Lacerda, ‘Noticia da Cidade de S. Inin Novo Redondo, the local African chief Kabolo, now a Portuguese ‘vassal’, denied tribute to his former suzerain who attacked the settlement.

The coming of Republicans comnicao power in Portugal inhowever, prompted measures against slavery and slave-like labour conditions in colonial Angola. If some porters were slaves or forced workers, many free men also did the job for a previously negotiated payment. Inthe captain-major Silva alerted Benguela that Ekwikwi was about to send his warriors to attack ‘his subordinate’ Ndulu which refused to pay tribute. I would like to thank every person in archives who helped me on many different cahsn, but the Angolan National Cahenn have a special place in my work and in my heart.


Chefe de Posto – chief of the Posto, the lowest level of the colonial administrative division. From Wambu came wax, ivory, beans and slaves, exchanged at the coast for cloth, rum and gunpowder.

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The highlands then were mapped as part of an ill defined Planalto de Benguela ‘Benguela Plateau’ or Planalto de Caconda, stretching from Caconda to ‘lands not well known’ in the east. However, as this work attempts to demonstrate, until the s Portuguese policies were not distant from their colonial rivals. Old types of firearms were in use from the seventeenth century, as Childs based on Cadornega noted. The ideology of European racial and cultural supremacy was used, as we know, to legitimate colonial conquest, economic exploitation, the displacement of populations, the construction of legal systems based on racial inequality and the repression of opposition and dissent.

He had been in office sincehad been in prison inaccused by Captain-major Cravid of trying to organize a revolt together with Wambu, but had been sent again to his ombala in by military inspector Massano de Amorim. The remote past Hunters, farmers, fishermen and herders, using iron implements and weapons, inhabited the plateau for many centuries before the first written information about 11 Paulo M. She acknowledged, however, that due to the lack of reliable data, her section on urban Ovimbundu could only be hypothetical.

They insisted that the system in use in ‘the Benguela districts’, where forced porterage had been abolished sincehad not jeopardized the development of the trade.

To put that event in context, the evolution of Portuguese imperial politics will be outlined, stressing continuities in colonial doctrines through political regime changes.

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