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*Frontmatter, pg. i*Contents, pg. vii*List of Tables, pg. viii*Preface, pg. ix*Abbreviations, pg. xi*I. Introduction: The Creation of Colonial Societies in Kenya, pg. 1*II. Early Contacts: Pacification and Land Losses, pg. 15*III. Colonial Chiefs, pg. 42*IV. Maasai Warriors, pg. 73*V. Labor to 1914, pg. 94*VI. Education to 1914, pg. 111*VII. Labor in the 1920s, pg. 145*VIII. Labor in the Depression, pg. 186*IX. Education and the Kikuyu in the 1920s, pg. 203*X. Kikuyu Nationalism, pg. 226*XI. Education and the Kikuyu in the 1930s, pg. 255*XII. Kamba and Maasai Education in the Interwar Period, pg. 273*XIII. Kikuyu Agriculture, pg. 288*XIV. The Stock-Rearing Economies of the Maasai and Kamba: Problems of Overstocking, pg. 310*XV. Destocking and Kamba Nationalism, pg. 331*XVI. Conclusion: Three Societies in 1939, pg. 355*Bibliography, pg. 361*Index, pg. 367