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The elusive granary: herder, farmer and state in northern Kenya


, : The elusive granary: herder, farmer and state in northern Kenya. The elusive granary: herder, farmer and state in northern Kenya: 210pp.

Through the analysis of the history, social structure, and ecology of the Baringo District of Kenya, particularly the Il Chamus area, it is shown that the 'crisis' among the region's herders is rooted in processes that preceded the droughts of 1979-80 and 1984.


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