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(African) O'Shea, T.J., ed. Farming & Planting in British East Africa: A Description of the Leading Agricultural Centres and an Account of Agricultural Conditions and Prospects.

[6] ad pp.,189 + [9] ad pp. Illus. with numerous photographic plates (incl. folding), as well as a folding map in rear of Kenya and part of Uganda. Pictorial red and black cloth. First Edition. Nairobi: Newland, Tarlton & Co., 1920.
A fascinating guide to the agriculture of Kenya, Uganda, and surrounding territories under British rule. Chapters, each by a different author, cover crops and industries grown and practiced in British East India, including tea, coffee, dairy cows, pig breeding, wheat, wattle growing, game in relation to farming, maize, citrus, chillies, rice, beans, plantains, coconuts, and numerous grains. More chapters describe in depth the various districts across the territory. Contents slightly shaken, else very good, and quite rare. 



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