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NORTHERN RHODESIA JOURNAL

Volumes I-V1                                                 1950-65


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Abandoned bomas, see Bomas, Abandoned
Abercorn,
      first motor to, iv, 304-305
      history, iv, 515-526; v, 193
      May party, ii, no 1, 76-79
      murder of Boma messenger, iv, 394
      pioneer farmers, etc., iv, 526-527
      pioneer traders, v, 87
      surrender of Von Lettow, vi, 12
      waterfalls, iii, 277
Adams, P. C. G., v, 604
      English Village memorials to Northern Rhodesia pioneers, i, no 6,28-31
Aerial surveys, vi, 65-70
African Lakes Corporation, flag, vi, 241-242
African oil palm, Kilwa island, ii, no I, 9-23
Agricultural shows, first, iii, 375
Airey, N. M. First rugby match, iii, 452-453; iv, 89
Alexander, A. M.
      Evacuation of Kasoma in 1918, iv, 440-442
      Kalomo in 1923, iv, 297-298
      Lion shooting with a revolver, iv, 72-74
Anderson, Mrs. F. and Graham, I. M. Kaunga (Khaunga) Boma, v, 78-80
Anglo-Belgian boundary commission, 1911.-1914, v, 315-329,624
Angola, cattle from Barotseland, i, no 2, 53-63
Angoni,
      history, iii, 561
      rebellion, i, no 2, 14-24
Animals, deformed, II, no 4, 119
Anley, V. R., i, no 1,48
Ansell, W. F. IL Northern Rhodesian mammals, iv, 528-535
Anthills, i, no 2, 79; no 4, 83; no 6, 19
Aquatic birds, migration, ii, no 5, 38
Archaeology, iii, 403-412
Arms (heraldic), v, 495-497
Arnot, F. S., iii, 428-434
Arnot, R. S. F. S. Arnot and Msidi, iii, 428-434
Artillery, ii, no 3, 61-63
      at Kasama, i, no 4, 31-37
      in Rhodesia, iii, 83-86
Aviation,
      Cape to Cairo flight, 1926, iv, 184-186
      history, iv, 121-126
      Zeppelin flight to East Africa, iii, 465-466

 

Baila; i, no I, 52
      buffalo drive, i, no 4, 62-66
Baldwin, A. Diary, v, 145-153, 241-245
Balovale, early days in, ii, no 6, 53-57
Bancroft, J. A. Mining in Northern Rhodesia, v, 339-349, 476-484
Bangweulu, Lake,
      Debenham cut, ii, no 2, 56-64
      fish, i, no 6, 3-19
      fish trade, iii, 483-488
      in the 1920s, v, 44-49
      peat deposits, iv, 33-43
      Stone Age, ii, no 2, 72-74
      swamps, iii, 189-197
Baobabs, i, no 2, 73
Bar, first, iv, 146
Barangwanath, 0. First copper mines in Northern Rhodesia, v, 209-220, 380-388
Barnes, P. " The Livingstone Pioneer", v, 561-566
Barns, T. A. Tanganyika pirate, v, 63-68
Barotse cattle cordon, vi, 247-248
Barotse National School, iii, 303-310
Barotse Native Police, badge, vi, 243
Barotseland,
      bushmen, i, no 3, 56-65
      cattle to Angola, i, no 2, 53-63
      concessions, i, no 3, 39-49; no 4, 38-15
      crocodiles, ii, no 5, 56-58
      fire making, ii, no 2, 79-81
      history, iii, 387-396; iv, 105-111, 252-258, 355-360
"Barush, Bwana ", i, no 6, 66; ii, no 2, 86; no 3, 83; vi, 323
Bats, horseshoe, iv, 403
Baxter, T. W., u, no 2, 55
      Angoni rebellion and Mpeseni, i, no 2, 14-24
      Barotse concessions, i, no 3, 39-49; no 4, 38-45
      Early explorers of the Kafue gorge, i, no 5, 11-22
      More about Mpeseni, ii, no 6, 46-52
      Notes on tke mission presses of Northern Rhodesia, iii, 489-496
      Paul Gracie's journey across Africa by motor-boat, vi, 259-265
      Portuguese forts, vi, 167-169
      Slave-raiders in Northern-Eastern Rhodesia, i, no 1, 7-11
Beaufort, Mr. Justice, iv, 426
Beech, A. E. Early days around the Copperbelt, ii, no 2, 42-48
Bees, in 1914-18 War, v, 73-74
Beetle brooches, v, 500-501
Bell Point, ii, no 4, 102
Bell-Cross, G., see Cross, G. Bell
Benson, C. W.  Breeding of the whale-headed stork or shoe-bill in Northern       Rhodesia, iv, 557-560
Benson, C. W. and Burton, M. Whale-leaded stork or skoe-bill, iv, 411-126
Benson, C. W. and Irwin, M. P. S. Migrations of the pitta of eastern Africa, v, 465-475
Bentley, A. M.
      Lusaka in 1907, iii, 451-452
      Rhodesia Broken 1E11 mine, ii, no 6, 85-88
Berwick, D. " Mystery isle ", Mweru marsh, ii, no 3, 56-59
Bibliography of Northern Rhodesia, i, no 6, 20-27; ii, no 2, 28-36; no 3, 26-33; v,
398-400
Billing, M. G. and Thomas, F. M. Mwandi: Old Sesheke, vi, 53-57
Billson, D. C. Gaboon viper, i, no 3, 66-68
Bird calls, v, 494-495
Bird shooting, i, no 4, 71-73
Birds, i, no 4, 24-30; no 6, 32-40
      in mupane woodland, iii, 124-126
      Kafue flats, u, no 5, 59-61
      migration, ii, no 5, 38
      photographs, v, 120-122
      photography of, iii, 497-508
      raptorial, ii, 4, 107-110
      see also under names
Blagus, S. Short history of boxing in Northern Rhodesia, i, no 3, 50-55
Blair Watson, A., see Watson, A. Blair
Blindness, traditional attitudes to, v, 583-587
Bloor, J., ii, no 4, 112
Blyth, Mrs. C. W. Reminiscences of my early days on the Plateau, v, 396-398
Boma flag, refuge under, iii, 268, 377, 466; iv, 89-90; vi, 250
Boma messengers, ii, no 3, 34-42; iv, 394
Bomas, abandoned, ii, no 2, 89; no 3, 82
      1. Mwengwa, i, no 3, 69-72
      2. Nawalia, i, no 5, 55-57
      3. Old Petauke, i, no 6, 72-73
      4. Nalolo, ii, no 2, 37-41
      5. Chinenga, ii, no 3, 43-47
      6. Kalungwishi, u, no 4, 46-48
      7. Shaloba, ii, no 5, 35-38
      8. Chiengi, ii, no 6, 67-77
      9. Magoye, iii, 51-55
      10. Chilanga, iii, 139-141
      11. Old Ndola, iii, 200-205
      12. Old Fife, iii, 342-348
      13. lbwe Munyama, iii, 413-424
      14. Nsumbu and Kawena, iii, 520-522
      15. Chinungu, iv, 347-350
      16. Mwomboshi, iv, 71-72
      17. Serenje, vi, 153-158

      Consolidated list, vi, 293-308 notes by J. E. Stephenson, vi, 114-119
Boma, names of, vi, 366-367
Brooks, R. How the Northern Rhodesia coppers were found, i, no 1, 42-48; no 2, 29-34; no 3, 32-38
Brown, J. Recollections, iii, 514-519
Browne, Sir S. Gorc-, u, no 1, 74-76; no 4, 103-104
      Anglo-Belgian boundary commission, 1911-1914, v, 315-329, 624
      Chambeshi memorial, ii, no 5, 81-84
      Legislative Council in Northern Rhodesia twenty years ago, ii, no 4, 39-45
      Shiwa Ngandu, v1, 235-238
Brower, J. P. Notes on the Njazi rockshelters in the Eastern Province of Northern
Rhodesia, iii, 87-90
Buffalo, ii, no 5, 70
      Ila drives, i, no 4, 62-66
Burton, M. and Benson, C. W. Whale-headed stork or shoe-bill, iv, 411-426
Bush babies, i, no I, 17
Bushmen,
      Barotseland, i, no 3, 56-65
      pre-Bantu inhabitants, i, no 2, 42-52
Butler, L. G. Lusaka African community: Chilenje, iii, 442-448, 534-540
Butterflies, iii, 14-21
Button, E., i, no I, 17
      Nyasa rosy-cheeked love bird, ii, no I, 37-42
"Bwana Barush ", see " Barush, Bwana "
Bwana Mkubwa, i, no 2, 78-79
Bwingimfumu hills, iv, 147-152
C.V. Limited, v, 569-582
Camanor Mine, v, 403
Camels in Northern Rhodesia, v, 176-177, 511-513
Campbell, J. Sloane
      I knew Lewanika, i, no 1, 18-23
      Crocodile stories from Barotseland, u, no 5, 56-58
Canarium schweinfurthii, ui, 206-209
Cannon, sec Artillery
Cape to Cairo,
      Bight, 1926, iv, 184-186
      Kelsey expedition, iv, 546-551
      telegraph, v, 39-43
Caprivi Strip, iii, 107-118
Carr, N. J. Elephants in the Eastern Province, i, no 2, 25-28
Cattle,
      in Northern Province, iv, 307, 399-401
      to Angola, i, no 2, 53-63
      trekking, u, no 5, 24-34; no 6, 33-45
Cattle buying,
      by L. S. A. Vereker, 1904, vi, 187-205
      on the Kafue, iv, 536-545; v, 432-440
Chambeshi,
      memorial, ii, no 5, 81-84
      rubber factory, v, 49
Changwena Falls, iii, 296-297
Chansa, v, 192
Chansa Walala's pool, ii, no 5, 77-78
Chaplin, J.
      Cost of exploring the Zambezi, 1859, iii, 164-170
      Note on African taxes and tax stamps, iv, 443-445
      Note on the forts of the Eastern Province, iv, 462-468
      Notes on some sites in Soli history, v, 50-55
      On some aspects of rainfall in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 4, 32-38; no 6, 16-23
Chelemu, A., iv, 392
Chinungu, a 1914-18 Wartime boma, iv, 347-350
Cheque-books, first, v, 493
Chewa, female initiation ceremony, vi, 347-350
Chibeshya, Lake, vi, 350
Chicken, C. Ibwe Munyama Roma, iii, 419-422
Chicken, R. T. Mwengwa Boma, i, no 3, 69-72
Chiengi, iii, 82-83, 555; vi, 104-105, 240-241
Chiengi Boma, ii, no 6, 67-77
"Chiengi Charlie ", v, 611-612
Chikunda, iv, 196-197, 361-368
Chita, Lake, v, 220
Chilanga, iii, 139-141
      bird photography at, iii, 497-508
Child, first European, iii, 454; iv, 88
Chilenje, iii, 442-448, 534-540
Chilwa Island, iii, 381-386
Chimbusi Boma, iv, 604-606
Chincnga, ii, no 3, 43-47
Chinsali in 1920-22, v, 540-548; vi, 82-86
Chinungu Boma, iv, 347-350, 501
Chisamba, ii, no 5, 91
      fire balls at, ii, no 3, 79-80; no 4, 115-116
Chitambo's, Livingstone memorial, i, no 1, 24-33, 64-65; no 2, 74; no 3, 79; no 5, 68
Chitipe, chief, ii, no 5, 91
Chiwutuwutu, iii, 197-199
Chokwe, i, no 3, 15
Cholmeley, E. H. Very early days, v, 612-615
Choma, ii, no 5, 89-90
Church, first European, in North-Western Rhodesia, iv, 267-270, 403
      Niamkolo, vi, 147-152
Cinunda's, v, 298-300
Clark, J. D.
      Bushmen hunters of the Barotse forests, i, no 3, 56-65
      David Livingstone memorial at Chitambo's, i, no I, 24-33; no 2, 74
      Digging up history, iii, 403-412
      Early man in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 4,49-59
      Note on pre-Bantu inhabitants of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, i, no 2, 42-52
      Portuguese settlement at Feira, vi, 275-292
      Relics of C./. Rhodes in the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, ii, no 2, 49-55
Clark, J. D. and Clay, G. C. R. David Livingstone: a chronology, v, 261-267
Clark, H., ii, no 4, 13-31; no 6, 91-94; vi, 121-122
Clark, P. G. D.
      Kasempa: 1901-1951, ii, no 5, 62-70
      Mumbwa - home of lost causes, iii, 548-550
      Serenje District, vi, 159-162
Clay, G. C. R., i, no 5, 42; ii, no 1, 80-81; no 2, 79-81; no 3, 70-71; no 4, 105-107; no 6, 89-90; iii, 86-87, 458
      Camels in Northern Rhodesia, v, 176-177
      Discovery of the Victoria Falls, iv, 18-21
Clay, G. C. R. and Brelsford, W. V. Bibliography of Northern Rhodesia, i, no 6, 20-27; ii, no 2, 28-36; v, 398-400
Cripwell, H. A., vi, 87-94
      Further light on the Northen Rhodesia Volunteer Force, 1914-1918, v, 371-375
Croad, H. iii, 269-271, 555; vi, 70
Crocodiles, i, no 3, 49, 55; no 5, 42-43, 45; ii, no 1, 67-72; no 5, 56-58, 70; no 6, 82
Cross, G. Bell-. Sunken lakes in the Ndola district, iv, 433-439,608
Cunnison, I. G.
      Death and burial of Chief Kazembe XIV, i, no 4, 46-51
      Installation of Chief Kasembe XV, i, no 5, 3-10
      Kazembe's charter, iii, 220-232
      Reigns of the Kazembes, iii, 131-138

Davis, Sir E., vi, 1-12, 107
Davison, A., i, no 5, 41-42; ii, no 6, 88-89
      Reminiscences, i, no 5, 46-54; vi, 229-234
de Jong, J., iv, 498-500; v, 85-86
De Santana, H. and Stcfaniszyn, II. Rise of the Chikunda " condottieri ", iv, 361-368
de Vries, L., iii, 311-317
Dean, R. W. and Ebben, D. History of horse-racing in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 5,39-46
Debenham cut, ii, no 2, 56-64
Demo Estate, iii, 435-441
Denny, S. R.
      Cape to Cairo telegraph, v, 39-43
      Leopold Moore versus the Chartered Company, iv, 219-230, 335-346
      "Mutende": the newspaper for Africans, v, 255-260
      Notes on target rifle shooting, Northern Rkodesia, 1905-1939, iv, 22-31, 112-120
      Touring at Mkushi, vi, 212-222
      Val Gielgud and the slave traders, iii, 331-338
Dentistry, u, no 3, 63
District notebooks,
      extracts, ii, no 3, 71-72; no 4, 110-111; no 5, 77-78; no 6,90; iii, 179, 369-372
Drama, history of, i, no 4, 84; ii, no 3, 80
Draper, C. R. B., i, no 6, 63-64; vi, 121-122
Ducks, Muscovy, I, no 2, 70
Duff, C. E.
      Bashing the bush, ii, no 1, 61-66
      Native timber, i, no I, 57-63
Dupont, Bishop, v, 617-618

Early man in Northern Rhodesia, u, no 4, 49-59
East Africa, Northern Rhodesia forces in, ii, no I, 49-60; no 4, 79-92; iii, 253-267; iv, 166-179
Eastern Province,
      elephants, i, no 2, 25-28
      forts, iv, 462-468
Ebben, D. and Dean R. W. History of horse-racing in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 5, 39-46
Edinburgh, Lewanika in, ii, no I, 3-8
Eland, iii, 372
Eldridge, I. M. Short history of the Sesheke District, iii, 174-176
Elephant hunting, iv, 561-566; v, 609-611
Elephant shrews, iv, 396-397
Elephants, ii, no 3, 86-87; iii, 80-81
      control of, ii, no 2, 3-16
      Eastern Province, i, no 2, 25-28
      height, i, no 3, 31
      "Sischitema ", v, 191
      tuskless, iii, 386
      tusks, i, no 5, 73-74; ii, no 4, 113
Erasmus, P. Recollection:, iv, 159-165
European settlement, first, v, 43
Exorcism of the Luanshya snake, vi, 13-16

Fagan, B. M. Iron Age peoples in Nortkern Rhodesia, v, 446-464
Fairweather, W. G.
      First issue of Northern Rhodesia postage stamps, i, no 4, 52-54
      Tilapia and other fish of the Zambezi near Livingstone, i, no 5, 23-39
Famine at Namwala, ii, no 2, 78-79
Fanshawe, D. B. "Misr "forests of tke Bwingimfumu hills, iv, 147-152
Farar, C. and Wellington, W. David Livingstone: accounts of death and transportation of his body to the coast, vi, 95-102
Farm, first, in North-Western Rhodesia. v, 291-292
Feira, ii, no 5, 75-77; iii, 92; v, 404-405
      as first European settlement, v, 43
      graves, vi, l II
      in 1917, iv, 454-461; v, 154-160
      in 1919-20, iv, 63-71
Finaughty, W., i, no 4, 82-83
Fire balls at Chisamba, ii, no 3, 79-80; no 4, 115-116 Fire making, ii, no 2, 79-81
Fireflies, i, no 1, 17
First records,
      1. Boxing champions, i, no 5, 40-41
      2. Staff list, i, no 6, 62
      3. Cricket match, ii, no 1, 79-80
      4. Mine, ii, no 2, 81-82
      5. Legislative Council, ii, no 3, 64
      6. Use of name " Rhodesia ", ii, no 4, 101
      7. Township, ii, no 5, 71
      8. Northern Rhodesian journal, ii, no 6, 83
      9. Newspaper, iii, 87
      10. Rugby match, iii, 177-178
      11. Agricultural show, iii, 375
      12. European child born in Northern Rhodesia, iii, 454
      13. Power stations, iii, 545 14. Soccer match, iv, 78-79
      15. Bar, iv, 146
      16. Race meeting, iv, 592-593
      17. European settlement, v, 43
      18. Visitors to Victoria Falls, v, 178
      19. Farm, v, 291-292
      20. Golf club, v, 391
      22. Medical officer, v, 407
      23. Cheque books, v, 493
      24. Use of " Northern Rhodesia ", vi, 86
Fish, iv, 231-246, 319-334
      blind fish, ii, no 1, 82
      Lake Bangweulu, i, no 6, 3-19
      Lake Tanganyika, i1, no 5, 71-72
      nomenclature, ii, no 3, 21-22
      weights, i, no 6, 61
      Zambezi, i, no 5, 23.-39
Fish poison, ii, no I, 66
Fisher, A. C., ii, no 5, 80-81
Fishing for tilapia, iii, 397-402
Fishing industry,
      Lake Bangweulu, iii, 483-488
      Lake Lusiwashi, iv, 277-288
      Lake Mweru, i, no 2, 7-13
      Lake Tanganyika, ii, no 4, 7-12
Fitzgerald, D. F. Vesey-,
      Black lechwe and modern metkods of mild life conservation, u, no 6, 25-32
      Sansia Falls, iii, 275-276
      Wild Life in Northern Rhodesia, iv, 469-476
Flag of African Lakes Corporation, vi, 241-242
Flying, see Aviation
Fooks, T. C., v, 27
Football (rugby) match, first, iii, 177-178, 452-453, 543; iv, 89; vi, 274
Football (soccer) match, first, iv, 78-79
Forestry,
      bush clearing, ii, no l, 61-66
      "mist " forests, iv, 147-152
Fort Elwes, iii, 289-292
Fort Jameson, ii, no 3, 87; iii, 1-7; v, 298-300
      cannon at, ii, no 2, 91-92; no 4, 114-115
      cemetery, ii, no 6, 66
      lions, iii, 551-555
      transport, i, no 6, 52-60
Fort Jameson to Lusaka, early 1930s, vi, 335-339
Fort Patrick, v, 296-298
Fort Young, v, 296-298
Fortified stations, ii, no 5, 87-88
Forts,
      in Eastern Province, iv, 462-468
      Portuguese, vi, 167-169
Fox-Pitt, T. S. L., see Pitt, T. S. L Fox
Fox, Sir B., ii, no 4, 116-117
Francis, " Hippo ", iii, 118, 376, 544-545
"French Marie ", vi, 243-245
Fryer, G. Mwamfuli's village: the nee fulcrum of the Bangweulu fish trade, iii, 483-488
Fundu, iv, 399, 493-495, 609; v, 294-295, 620

Gaboon vipers, i, no 3, 66-68
Game, distribution of, iv, 139-146
Game hunts, v, 13
Game management, ii, no 5, &1-85
Game parks, private, ii, no 5, 84-85
Game story, tallest, iv, 246
Gamitto, A. C. P. 0 muata Cazembe, i, no 5, 58-63
Gamwell, H., v, 74-76
Gamwell, H. and M. History of Abercorn, iv, 515-526
Gamwell, M., v, 74-76
Gann, L. H. Writing history, ii, no 3, 73-75
Gram, L. H. and Summers, It Robert Edward Codrington, 1869-1908, iii, 44-50
Gaol, ii, no 1, 72
Gardner, B. " German East" (review), v, 441-445
"General Orders", iii, 104-105
Geology, bibliography, ii, no 3, 26-33
Gersh, M., vi, 369
        Sunman saga, vi, 266-274
Gielgud, V., iii, 331-338
        Some reminiscences of George Grey, iii, 146-153
Gilges, W. Attacks of wild animals on people, iii, 233-237
Glave, E. J., ii, no 4, 103
Glieman, E. 0., iv, 300-301
Glow-worms, i, no 1, 17
Goddard brothers, v, 88
Golf club, first, v, 391
"Good News", i, no 3, 17-31; no 5, 75; vi, 246
Goode, Sir R., v, 502-503, 638
Gordon, D. W., v, 116-119
Gore-Browne, Sir S., see Browne, Sir S. Gore
Gouldsbury, C, ii, no 1, 60; no 3, &I
Government Printing Department, v, 350-370
Gratz, P., motorboat journey across Africa, vi, 259-265, 367-368
Graham, I. M.
        "Cattle-herd ": E. A. Common, iv, 259-266
        History of the Northern Rhodesia Prison Service, v, 549-560
        Journey from Livingstone to Fort Jameson before the Great East Road, v, 116-119
        Newspapers in Northern Rhodesia, v, 421-431
        Quarrel at Lake Mweru, 1896-1897, iv, 552-556
        Report on a journey made by Copt. R. Bright through North-Eastern         Rhodesia in 1903, v, 57-62
Graham, I. M. and Anderson, Mrs. F. Kaunga (Khaunga) Boma, v, 78-80
Graves, European, iii, 181, 366-368; iv, 90-91; vi, 324-334
Graves, forgotten, ii, no 3, 82-83; no 5, 90
Gray, B., v, 604-606
Gray, J. A. Country in search of a name, iii, 75-78
Gray, K., v, 604-606
Great East Road, iv, 386-387
Great North Road, iv, 385-386; vi, 363
Great War, 1914-1918,
        dental officer in, v, 595-600; vi, 87-94
        evacuation of Kasama, iv, 440-442
        fugities from South-West Africa, v, 511-513
        "German East" (review), v, 441-443
        Murray's Column, iv, 298-300
        Mwanawina 111 in, iv, 83-86
        Northern Rhodesia Forces, ii, no I, 49-60, no 4, 79-92; iii, 253-267; iv, 166-179,  397-399
        Northern Rhodesia Rifles, iv, 76-78; v, 161-169, 506-510
        Northern Rhodesia Volunteer Force, v, 371-375
        operations on Lake Tanganyika, iii, 57-68
        von Lettow Vorbeck, surrender of, ii, no 5, 81-84
        Zeppelin flight to East Africa, iii, 465-466
Gregory, R. E. Posted to Mazabuka, iii, 22-25
Grey, G., ii, no 3, 23-25; iii, 146-153
Griffin, A. W. M. S. lbwe Munyama Boma, iii, 413-419
Grimstvedt, S. "Swedish Settlement" in the Kasempa District, iii, 34-43
Guernsey, T. D. Bibliography of N. Rhodesia - geology, ii, no 3, 26-33
Gun trade, ii, no 1, 43-48; no 3, 60
Gunn, D. I.. Mweru wa Ntipa and the red locust, ii, no 6, 3-15
Gwembe, v, 84-85

Haile, H. P. Chatwa island in the Lukanga swamp, iii, 381-386
Hainsworth, F. C. Launching of the" Good News", i, no 3, 17-31
Hall, P. E. Nawalia Boma, i, no 5, 55-57
Handley, G. F. B, iii, 118
Harrington, A., iv, 595-596
Harrington, H. T. (" Chiana "), ii, no 6, 83-85
        Taming of North-Eastern Rhodesia, ii, no 3, 3-20
Harvey, Mrs. W. Recollections, iv, 271-276
Hazard, C. J. Recollections of North-Western Rhodesia in tke early 1900s, iii, 523-533; iv, 44-54
Hazel C. H., i, no I, 41
Heath, L. C. Chinenga Boma, ii, no 3, 43-47
Helmore family, iii, 83
Hervey, H. J. A., v, 134
Hetherington, Sir H. David Livingstone, v, 400-403
Hickman, A. S. and others. Niamkolo Ckurch, vi, 147-152
Hill, H. C. N.
        Bangwweulu and the surrounding mainland in the 1920s, v, 44-49
        Early days of flying in Northern Rhodesia, iv, 121-126
        Lions and men, iv, 607-608
        Luangwa valley—west side, iv, 481-482
        Murder of a messenger at Abercorn, iv, 394
History, writing of, ii, no 3, 73-75
Hobbs, W. P. J. Story of the Government Printing Department, v, 350-370
Hobson, R. H.
        Feira affair, 1917, iv, 454-461
        Flight from the past, iv, 184-186
        Fourteen months: Sir Ronald Storrs in Northern Rhodesia, December 1st, 1932
        February, 17th, 1934, vi, 135-146, 309-323
        Oldest railway engines, iv, 488-490
        Recollections of Piet Erasmus, iv, 159-165
        Recollections of Mrs. Walter Harvey, iv, 271-276
Horne, J. \V. Sharratt-, obituary, v, 283-285
Homer, P. K., death, vi, 122
Horse, oldest, iii, 99-100
Horse-racing,
        first meeting, iv, 592-593
        history, ii, no 5, 39-46
Horses,
        at Mongu, iv, 146
        to Northern Province, ii, no 2, 74-77
Hot Springs, ii, no 3, 65-66
Housden, J. and Armor, M. Indigenous iron smelters at Kalabo, iv, 135-138
Housing on outstations, v, 526
Howe, G., iii, 199
        Ibwe Munyama Boma, iii, 422-424
        Nsumbe and Kawena bomas, iii, 520-522
Hudson, R. S., i, no 3, 38
        Nalolo Boma, ii, no 2,37-41
Hughes, R. Murray-, iii, 550-551
        Demo Estate, iii, 435-441
        Edmund Davis (1854-1930), vi, 1-12
Hunting in North-Western Rhodesia, iii, 142-145
        Jack Cowie ... and a number of other things, v, 233-240
        Kafue-Namwala in 1912, v, 1-13,105-115,293-294
        Livingstone, 1910-11, iii, 356-362
        Magoye in 1911, iii, 272-275
        Missionaries I have known, iii, 509-513
        More of Mining in Northern Rkodesia: C.V. Limited, v, 569-582
Hunt, B. L., iv, 74-75,305-306
        First European church in North-Western Rhodesia, iv, 267-270,403
        Kalomo-Livingstone in 1907, iv, 9-17
        Livingstone town services: the beginnings, v, 288-289
Hunters and pioneers, The, ii, no 3,77
Hunting, iii, 239-252
        elephant, iv, 561-566; v, 609-611
        lion, iii, 425-427
        North-Western Rhodesia, iii, 142-145

lbwe Munyama Boma, iii, 413-124
Ila, see Baila
Initiation ceremonies, Chewa, vi, 347-350
Iron age peoples, v, 446-464
Iron industry, Ushi, v, 28-38
Iron smelters, indigenous, iv, 135-138
Irwin, D. D. Early days on the Copperbelt, vi, 111-114
Irwin, M. P. S. and Benson, C. W. Migrations of the pitta of eastern Africa, v, 465-475
Ilawa swamps, i, no 4,71-73
Ivory and slaves, v, 370

Jalland, E. H. Cricket in tke early dam v, 601-603
James, G., i, no 5,42-43
Jeanmairet, M., ail, 454; iv, 88
Jeanmairet family, v, 80-81
Jelf, P. Luwingu lion story, iv, 351-354
Jaominsky, iii, 96
Jerominsky, Mrs. —., iii, 181-183
Jesuits and G. Westbeech, vi, 372
Johnstone, B. B., vi, 107-109
Johnston, W. R., death, iv, 292-296, 401-402 Jones, E. A.
        Abandoned Bomar in North-Eastern Rhodesia, v, 606
        Kalungwishi Boma, ii, no 4, 46-48
Jones, F. E. F., vi, 364-365
Jones, G., ii, no 1, 66
Jones, S.
        Mankoya in 1925-27, iv, 153-158
        Two African co-potentates: Lewanika and Matauka, v, 376-379
Jordan, E. K.,11, no 4, 102-103
        Chinsali in 1920-22, v, 540-548; vi, 82-86
        Early days in Kalomo and Livingstone, i, no 4, 16-23
        Feira in 1919-20, iv, 63-71
        Magoye Boma, iii, 51-55
        Mongu in 1908, ii, no 4, 60-72
        Namwala in 1906, ii, no 1, 24-36
        Notes on the distribution of game in Northern Rhodesia, 1904-13, iv, 139-146
        Old Mkushi in 1912, iv, 427-432, 585-590
        Old Ndola Boma, iii, 200-205
Joule, B., vi, 109-111
        Kafue,
        cattle-buying, iv, 536-545; v, 432-440
        first European settlement, i, no 6, 49-51
        spelling of name, iv, 230

Kafue flats, birds, ii, no 5, 59-61
Kafue gorge, exploration, i, no 4, 3-15; no 5, 11-22
Kafue-Namwala in 1912, v, 1-13, 105-115, 293-294
Kalaba, chief, iv, 561-566
Kalabo,
        iron smelter at, iv, 135-138
        journey to, by river, vi, 73-81, 206-211
Kalambo Falls, height, i, no 6, 73
Kalomo, ii, no 1, 83-84
        early days, i, no 4, 16-23
        in 1907, iv, 9-17
        in 1923, iv, 297-298
        pioneers' graves, in, 366-368; iv, 90-91
Kalomo District, dating of mounds, v, 293
Kalomo River, waterfalls, v, 186-190, 287
Kalungwishi, ii, no 4, 46-48; no 5, 89-90; iii, 82-83; vi, 104-105
Kambole mission, i, no 6, 71
Kampanda Boma, v, 606; vi, 107-109
Kandahar Island, ii, no 2, 55; iii, 373
Kansanshi Boma, v, 405
Kansanshi Mine, ii, no 6, 88; iii, 338
Kanyanta, iv, 477-480
Kapembwa, v, 246-250
Kasama,
        cannon ac, i, no 4, 31-37
        evacuation of 1918, iv, 440-442
Kasanza, i, no 5, 64-67
Kasempa, ii, no 5, 62-70; iii, 92-94; v, 498-500
Kasempa District, " Swedish settlement ", iii, 34-43
Katanga, Sir A. Sharpe in, iii, 210-219
Katapola stream, ii, no 6, 32
Katema Island, ii, no 3, 56-59
Katima Mulilo, ii, no I, 48
Kaunga Boma, v, 78-80
Kawambwa,
        blindness in, v, 583-587
        in 1919, iii, 467-468
Kawena Boma, iii, 520-522
Kay, G. An African elepkant hunt, iv, 561-566
Kay, G. and Wright, D. M. Aspects of the Ushi iron industry, v, 28-38
Kayambi mission, ii, no 4, 73-78; no 6, 94
Kazembe, chiefs, i, no 5, 58-63, 69-70; iii, 131-138, 220-232, 546-548
Kazembe XIV, chief, death of, i, no 4, 46-51
Kazembe XV, chief, installation of, i, no 5, 3-10
Kelsey expedition, ii, no 3, 81; iv, 546-551; v, 51
Kerfoot, O. Distribution and significance of Canarium schweinfurthii, iii, 206-209
Kerr, L., iii, 179
Khaunga Boma, v, 78-80
Kilwa Island (Mweru), ii, no I, 9-33; no 3, 81, 87-88; iii, 70-74
Kinross, K. S. Kasempa-Solwezi in the 1920s, v, 498-500
Knight, W. B., v, 294, 493
Knowles Jordan, E., see Jordan, IL K.
Kundabwika Falls, iv, 393
Kuomboka ceremony, iv, 574-582


Lacerda e Almeida, F. J. de, i, no 4, 82; no 5, 69-70; iii, 349-355
Lakes, see under their names
Lakes, sunken, iv, 433-439, 608
Lambert, H. H. J. Monze meteorite, i, no 4, 55-61
Lammond, W., i, no 3, 75-76
        Fifty years in Central Africa, i, no 3, 3-7
        Luapula valley, ii, no 5, 50-55
Lancaster, D. G., iii, 561-562; iv, 191-192
        library, iv, 296-297
        European place names, i, no 2, 64-70
        Some mammals with Nortkern Rhodesia associations, i, no 1, 34-41
Lancaster, D. G. and Winterbottom, J. M. Chew female initiation ceremony, vi, 347-350
Land apportionment, iv, 138
Land sales among Africans, iii, 176
Land tenure, Mazabuka district, ii, no 2, 18-26
Lane Poole, E. 1L, see Poole, E. H. L.
Langham, R. W. M., ii, no 1, 80; no 2, 78; no 3, 66-70
        Memoirs of an elephant control officer, ii, no 2, 3-16
        Memories of the 1914-18 campaign with Northern Rhodesian forces, ii, no I, 49-60; no 4, 79-92; iii, 253-267; iv, 166-179
        Thornton and Ramsey of Mbesuma Ranch, iv, 369-376
Larks, iv, 377-381
Larson, T. Small mammal collecting in Northern Rhodesia, iii, 339-341
Law, A. v, 294, 493
Law, P. 7'o Kalabo by river in 1932, vi, 73-81, 206-211
Lawton, R. M. Pollen analysis of the Lake Bangweulu peat deposits, iv, 33-43
Lealui, first visit of Governor to, v, 285-287
Lechwe, black, ii, no 6, 25-32
Legislative Council, ii, no 3, 64; no 4, 39-45; iv, 180-184
Lewanika, i, no 1, 18-23; iv, 127-134; v, 376-379
        gift of game to Edward VII, v, 392-393
        in England, 1902, ii, no 2, 82-84
        visit to Edinburgh, ii, no 1, 3-8
        visit to Livingstone, v, 513-514
Lions, ii, no 2, 93; no 3, 66-70; no 6, 8243; 179; iv, 607-608
        as cannibals, ii, no I, 8
        at Fort Jameson, iii, 551-555
        at Luwingu, iv, 351-354
        at Mporokoso, i, no 2, 71-73; no 3, 77; no 4, 71; no 5, 70; no 6, 63-64
        "Chiengi Charlie ", v, 611-612
        death by, iv, 292-296
        destruction of mailbags, v, 69-71
        hunting of, iii, 425-427; iv, 72-74
Livingston; ii, no I, 83-84
        early days, i, no 4, 16-23
        history, iii, 356-362
        in 1907, iv, 9-17
        in 1912, iv, 596-599
        R.A.F. at, 1926, iv, 184-186
        railway lines, ii, no 5, 78-80
        St. Andrew's Church, iv, 267-270, 403
        town services, v, 288-289
        visit by Lewanika, v, 513-514
Livingstone, D., v, 400-403
        and the Helmores, iii, 83
        as naturalist, iv, 301-302
        chronology, v, 261-267
        death and transportation of body, vi, 95-102
        in Luwingu District, ii, no 6, 58-66
        memorial at Chitambo's, i, no I, 24-33, 64-65; no 2, 74; no 3, 79; no 5, 68
Livingstone Pioneer, iii, 87; v, 389-390, 561-566
"Livingstone's bow ", vi, 245
Lloyd, R. K. By caravan front Fort Jameson to Lusaka in tke early 1930s, vi, 335-339
Lobb, G. H.
        My first ulendo from Salisbury to Abercorn, 1905, ii, no 6, 79-82
        Transport depot at Chiwutuwutu, 1914-18 War, iii, 197-199
Lobengula's treasure, ii, no 3, 71-72
Locusts, red, ii, no 6. 3-15
Lofu river, iv, 593-595
Love birds, ii, no I, 37-42
Luangwa (Portuguese), rebellion, 1917, v, 154-160
Luangwa valley, iv, 481-482
        hot springs, ii, no 3, 65-66
        in 1918, iii, 154-163
        Monteiro and Gamitto, i, no 5, 58-63
Luanshya snake, vi, 13-16
Luapula Province, waterfalls, vi, 17-27
Luapula River, trading on, 1900-04, v, 14-27, 123-134, 268-280, 485-493
Luapula valley, ii, no 5, 50-55
Luena Boma, v, 606
Lukanga swamps, iii, 381-386; iv, 490-492
Lumangwe Falls, iii, 456
Lunda,
        marriage customs, i, no 2, 75
        see also Kazembe, chiefs
Lusaka,
        African commerce in, 1954-59, v, 170-175
        becomes capital, v, 142-144
        in 1907, iii, 451-452
        in 1930, iv, 17
Lusaka Natural History Club, ii, no 2, 85; no 3, 78; no 4, 112; no 5, 86; no 6, 78; iii, 79, 283-284, 364-365, 463-464, 541; iv, 87, 194, 303, 395, 496, 591; v, 82-83, 205, 312-313, 418-419, 529-530, 641; vi, 132
Lusiwashi, Lake, iv, 277-288, 497
Luwingu, lion at, iv, 351-354
Luwingu District, D. Livingstone in, ii, no 6, 58-66

McCiennan, J., vi, 152
McGee, J., iv, 75
McGlashan, N. D. Note on traditional attitudes towards blindness in Chief Mununga's area, Kawambwa, v, 583-587
MacKeown, W. F., v, 595-600; vi, 87-94
MacLaren, P. I. R. Common fishes of the Zambezi watershed, ii, no 3, 21-22
Macmurgas, General Dealer, v, 403
Macrae, F. B.
Mweru we Napa: more about water levels, iii, 127-130
Posted to Northern Rhodesia, vi, 340-346
Some footnotes to the history of Mporokoso District, iii, 26-33
Macrae, F. B. and Paine, N. D. Lake Bangweulu: its fish and fishing, i, no 6, 3-19

Macrae, J.
Elephant hunting: rituals and charms, v, 609-611
Kapembwa, v, 246-250
Magoye, iii, 51-55, 185
in 1911, iii, 272-275
Magyar, I.., i, no I, 65-66
Mahumbe, iii, 560-561
Mail runner services, iv, 601-604
Mailbags, destruction by lion, v, 69-71
Makishi, i, no 4, 67-70
Mala, iii, 558; iv, 195-196
Mambwe, earthworks, v, 475
Mammals, i, no I, 34-41; iv, 528-535
collecting, iii, 339-341
Mankoya in 1925-27, iv, 153-158
Marabou storks, iii, 74
" Marie, French ", vi, 243-245
Marshall, H. C., ii, no 5, 47-49
Water transport in the Bangweulu swamps, iii, 189-197
Masks, makishi, i, no 4, 67-70
Matabele raids on Tonga, i, no 2, 35-11
Matauka, chief, v, 376-379
Matipa, chief, burial place, vi, 370
Matthews, J. I.. First exploration of the Kafue gorge, i, no 4, 3-15
Mazabuka, iii, 22-25
Mazabuka District,
dating of mounds, v, 293
land tenture, ii, no 2, 18-26
Mbesuma Ranch, iv, 369-376, 501
Medical officer, first, v, 407
Melland, F. H., ii, no 4, 113
Merry, J., i, no 3, 74-75; iv, 387-389, 486-488
Meteorites, i, no 4, 55-61
Michie, A. 1914-1918 Campaign, iv, 397-399
Middleton, R. W., v, 407
Migration of aquatic birds, ii, no 5, 38
Miller, W. T. Secretary bird, iii, 373-374

Mills, E. C., i, no 2, 77-78; no 6, 68; ii, no 3, 77
Memoirs of a " white humer", iii, 239-252
Overlanding eattle from Barotse to Angola, i, no 2, 53-63
Mining, v, 339-349, 476-484
first, ii, no 2, 81-82
Miracle, M. P. Apparent changes in the structure of African commerce, Lusaka,1954-1959,
v, 170-175
Mirongo ROM; V, 606
Mission presscs, iii, 489-496
Mission work, i, no 3, 3-7
Missionaries, iii, 509-513; v, 330-338
Mist forests, iv, 147-152
Mkushi, on tour from, vi, 212-222
Mkushi, old, in 1912, iv, 427-432; 583-590
Moffat, R., i, no 2, 79
Molyneux, C. F. History of the Northern Rkodesia Rifles, v, 161-169
Molyneux Pass, i, no 5, 68
Mongu, ii, no 4, 60-72
horses at, iv, 146
Monteiro, Maj. i, no 5, 58-63
Monze, meteorite, i, no 4, 55-61
Moore, Sir L., iv, 219-230, 335-346
Moore, T. C.
Appoimment to the public service, iv, 79-81
Travelling on duty, iv, 188-191
Moony, W. V.
Notes on an old whisky bottle, v, 178-182
Vereker's diary: cattle buying in 1904, vi, 187-205
Morris, J. P. A. Early days of the Veterinary Department, v, 71-73
Morris, M. J.
Chimbushi Boma, iv, 604-606
Arms of Northern Rhodesia, v, 495-497
Mortars, stone, i, no 2, 76
Mortimer, M. A. E. Lake Lusiwashi: development of a rural fishing industry, iv, 277-288
Mortimer, M. C. History of the Barotse National School, iii, 303-310
Morton, V. Trading in the Lukanga swamps, iv, 490-492
Moskopp, Fr. —. Diary, v, 154-160

Mosquitoes,
control of, v, 406
flight of, v, 619
Motorboat journey across Africa, vi, 259-265
Mpeseni chief, i, no 2, 14-24; ii, no 6, 46-52; iii, 98-99; v, 221-232
Mpika cemetery, v, 504-506, 587
Mporokoso District,
abandoned bomas, v, 619-620
history, iii, 26-33
lions, i, no 2, 71-73; no 3, 77; no 4, 71; no 5, 70; no 6, 63-64
Mpulungu, u, no 4, 7-12
founding of, iv, 289-292
Msidi, chief, iii, 428-434
Msoro, vi, 249
Muata Cazernbe, 0, i, no 5, 58-63
Mumbatuta Falls, i, no 1, 49-52; ii, no 3, 86
Mumpu Cave, iii, 292-296, 560
Munday, J. T.
Bantu name difficulties,  iii, 8-13, 281-282
Fear of witchcraft, ii, no 3, 48-55
Mununga, chief, v, 583-587
Mupane woodland, iii, 124-126
Mupela, iii, 206-209
Murray, F. C. Zeederberg in Northern Rhodesia, vi, 223-228
Murray, R. E., iv, 396 •
Murray-Hughes, R., see Hughes, It. Hurray-
Murray's Column, reunions, iv, 298-300
Muscovy ducks, i, no 2, 70
Music, African, vi, 163-166
Mutende, iii, 363; v, 255-260
Mwamfuli's village, iii, 483-488
Mwanalesa, i, no 4, 61
Mwanambinyi's hole, ii, no 4, 110-111
Mwanawina 111, chief, iv, 191
in Great War, iv, 83-86
Mwandi, vi, 53-57
Mwengwa, i, no 3, 69-72; no 5, 74

Mweru, Lakc, i, no 2, 7-13
quarrel at, 1896-97, iv, 552-556
Mweru  wa Ntipa, ii, no 3, 56-59; no 5, 3-15; iii, 127-130, 277-278
and locusts, ii, no 6, 3-15
water analysis, iii, 97-98
Mwomboshi Boma, vi, 71-72
Mzaza, vi, 334
" Nalikwanda ", v, 395-396
Nalolo, ii, no 2, 37-41
Names,
of bomas, vi, 366-367
see also Place names
Names, Bantu personal, iii, 8-13, 281-282
Namwala, ii, no 1, 24-36
famine, ii, no 2, 78-79
in 1912, v, 1-13, 105-115, 293-294
Nawalia, i, no 5, 55-57; ii, no 2, 91-92
graves, iv, 71
Ndola,
experimental tree plantation, i, no 3, 9-15
Itawa swamp, i, nn 4, 71-73
old boma, iii, 200-205
Ndola District, sunken lakes, iv, 433-439, 608
Newspaper, first, iii, 87; v, 389-390
Newspapers, v, 421-431
see also under their names
Ngoni,
history, iii, 561
rebellion, i, no 2, 14-24
Niamkolo Church, vi, 147-152
Night apes, i, no I, 17
Njazi rockshelter, iii, 87-90
Nkala, iv, 484-486
North-Eastern Rhodesia,
boundaries, ii, no 3, 72-73
European graves, vi, 324-334
opening of, ii, no 3, 3-20; iii, 475-482; iv, 1-8
slave raiders, i, no 1, 7-11
travel in 1903, v, 57-62

North-Eastern Rhodesia Constabulary, vi, 58-64
insignia, vi, 243
North-Western Rhodesia,
boundaries, ii, no 3, 72-73
European graves, vi, 324-334
first farm, v, 291-292
hunting, iii, 142-145
recollections of, iii, 523-533; iv, 44-54
Northern Province,
cattle in, iv, 307, 399401
horses to, ii, no 2, 74-77
pioneer farmers, iv, 500
Sir A. Sharpe in, ice, 210-219
reminiscences by " Bobo " Young, ii, no 2, 65-71
waterfalls, vi, 17-27
Northern Rhodesia,
area, i, no 5, 67
arms, v, 495-197
bibliography, i, no 6, 20-27; ii, no 2, 28-36; no 3, 26-33; v, 398-100
first use of term, vi, 86
Northern Rhodesia Defence Force, v, 620
Northern Rhodesia Drama Association, i, no 4, 84
Northern Rhodesia Police, machine gun platoon, v, 607-608
Northern Rhodesia Regiment, ii, no 6, 95-96; vi, 242-243
Northern Rhodesia Rifles, iv, 76-78; v, 506-510
badge, vi, 243
capture of fugitives from South-West Africa, v, 511-513 history, v, 161-169
Northern Rhodesia Society, i, no 6, 31; ii, no 2, 96; no 4, 97-98 accounts, 1950, i, no 4, 87
1953, ii, no 2, 96
1955, iii, 106
1958, iv, 101
1960, iv, 511
1962, v, 310-311
1963, v, 642-643
1964, vi, 377-378
inaugural meeting, i, no 3, 83-84
rules, i, no 4, 85-86
see also Publication Fund

Not than Rhodesia Volunteer Force, v, 371-375
Northern Rhodesian Forces in Bast Africa, 1914-18, ii, no I, 49-60; no 4, 79-92; iii,
253-267; iv, 166-179
Northern Rhodesia Journal, ii, no 6, 83
Norton, " Mickey ", ii, no 5, 15; iii, 96
Nsumbu Boma, iii, 520-522
Nyala, graves at, iii, 181
Nyala Boma, ii, no 2, 90-91
Nyasaland, armed form, ii, no I, 83
Nyasaland Society, iv, 492-493
O'Brien, P. L. A. Fort Elwes, Mumpu cave and the Changwena falls, iii, 289-297
O'Donovan, D. Angling for tilapia in Northern Rhodesia, iii, 397-402
Officials, iv, 247-251
Oil, vegetable, Kilwa island, ii, no 1, 9-23
Oil palm, African, Kilwa island, ii, no 1, 9-23
" Old timers ",
1.  " Skipper " Swanson, ii, no 1, 81
2. Kay Robinson, ii, no 2, 36
3. Penny, ii, no 3, 22
4. " Dongolosi " Thornicroft ii, no 4, 59 5. "
5. Mickey " Norton, ii, no 5, 15
6. "Hippo" Francis, iii, 118
7. E. S. B. Tagart, iii, 454
8. Ronald and Lionel Smith, iii, 496
9. Ben Joule, vi, 109-111
10. Ben Wont, vi, 119-120
11. J. McClennan, vi, 152
12. " French Marie " vi, 243-245
Otter, J. B., i, no 5, 54
Outstations, housing at, v, 526
Outstations, Tales from the, see Tales from the outstations
Page, Sir T. Early days in Fort Jameson, iii, 1-7
Paine, N. D. Lake Mweru, its fish and fishing industry, i, no 2, 7-13
Paine, N. D. and Macrae, F. B. Lake Bangweulu: its fish and fishing, i, no 6, 3-19
Palmer, R. H., i, no 3, 15; ii, no 5, 92; iv, 187-188
Lewanika's country, iv, 105-111, 252-258, 355-360
Palmer, S. Old Kampanda Boma and B. B. Johnstone, vi, 107-109
Parka, R. J., i, no I, 68

Peat, pollen analysis of, iv, 33-43
Penny, -., ii, no 3, 22; iii, 219
Petauke, i, no I, 41; no 6, 72-73
Peters, D. U. Visit to Kilwa Island and the African oil palm, ii, no I, 9-23
Phillips, G. " It's funny but it's true "-Lusaka becomes the capital, v, 142-144
Phillipson, D. W. Early European graves in North-Eastern and North-Western Rhodesia vi, 324-334
Phillipson, D. W. and others. Niamkolo Church, vi, 147-152
Photography of birds, iii, 497-508
Pickering's Mission, ii, no 2, 87-88; no 4, 117-119
Pinkbill Association, i, no 4, 71-73
Pioneers' Association of Northern Rhodesia, iv, 382-384
Pitt, T. S. L. Fox-, i, no 3, 38; ii, no 2, 48
Pitta, migration of, v, 465-475
Place names, European, i, no 2, 64-70; no 2, 76; no 3, 78-79, 81; no 6, 41-47; ii, no 3, 81; v, 533-539
Pollen analysis of peal, iv, 33-43
Pook, J. Making the Debenham cut, ii, no 2, 56-64
Poole, E. H. L., ii, no 3,65-66; no 4, 104-105
Luangwa valley in 1918, iii, 154-163
Mpeseni and the exploration companies, 1885-1898, v, 221-232
obituary, v, 76-77
Porto, A. F. da S., i, no 1, 65-66
Portuguese forts, vi, 167-169
Postage stamps, iv, 389-392
first issue, i, no 4, 52-54
Postmark, Tanganyika, v, 295-296
Power station, first, iii, 545; iv, 152
Prehistory, ii, no 4, 49-59
Prentice, J. S., Kenneth and Bruce Gray, v, 601-606
Printing Department, Government, v, 350-370 Prison service, history, v, 549-560
Publication Fund, iii, 449-450, 557; iv, 100, 203, 314, 407, 510, 620; v, 101, 201, 309, 417, 639; vi, 133
Puku, v, 419
Puns, i, no 2, 77
Pygmy people, v, 567, 568
Pythons, i, no 6, 73; ii, no 2, 89-90

Quelea, red-billed, iv, 55-62
Rabinek, -, iv, 609-610
Railway engines, oldest, iv, 488-490
Railway lines at Livingstone, ii, no 5, 78-80
Rainfall, ii, no 4, 32-38; no 5, 88-89; no 6,16-23
Rance, H. D. H. Tour of the west coast of Lake Tanganyika, ii, no 4, 3-7
Rangeley, H.
chronology, vi, 105-106
Memoirs, vi, 35-52, 170-186, 351-363
Rawson, 0. C.
Cattle buying on the Kafue, 1903, iv, 536-545
More cattle-buying on the Kafe, 1902, v, 412-440
Trekking cattle through Northern Rhodesia in 1904, ii, no 5, 24-34; no 6, 33-45
Rawsthome, C H. J. Livingstone in the Luwingu District, ii, no 6, 58-66
Read, J. G., 1, no I, 48
Ila buffalo drive, 1933, i, no 4, 62-66
Refuge under the Boma flag, iii, 268, 377, 466; iv, 89-90; vi, 250
Rennie, C R., i, no I, 41; ii, no 2, 64
Rhodes, C. J., i, no 3, 68
relics, ii, no 2, 49-55; no 4, 113-114
Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, Rhodes relics, ii, no 2, 49-55
Rhodesia, iii, 8243, vi, 104-105
" Rhodesia " (name), ii, no 4, 101-102; iii, 75-78, 82; vi, 86
Rhodesia, North-Eastern, see North-Eastern Rhodesia
Rhodesia, North-Western, see North-Western Rhodesia
Rhodesia, Northern, see Northern Rhodesia
Ridley, H. C. N. Early history of road transport in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 5, 16-23
Rifle shooting, iv, 22-31, 112-120
Road transport, history, ii, no 5, 16-23
Roan Antelope Mine, medical services, v, 135-141, 251-254, 406-407
Roberts, J. G., ii, no 5, 75-77
Robinson, K., ii, no 2, 36; iii, 56
Rodger, L. M. Development of medical and health services at the Roan Antelope, v,135-141, 251-254
Rose, J. Pioneers' graves at Kalomo, iii, 366-368
Rosebery, Lord, ii, no 2, 55

Ross, H.
Broken Hill: some reminiscences, v, 588-594
Dr. Townsend Ross and the N.R.R., v, 506-510
Ross, T., v, 506-510
Rotberg, R. 1.
Death by lion, iv, 292-296
Missionary factor in the occupation of Trans-Zambezia,v, 330-338
Rowing, i, no 6, 6445; ii, no 1, 73
Royal Air Force at Livingstone, 1926, iv, 184-186
Rugby football, first match, iii, 177-178, 452-453, 543; iv, 89; vi, 274
Rummy, F. S. R., iv, 369-376, 501
Rushworth, F. Trawl and work in Central Africa, 1910-1930, vi, 28-34
Sable Mine, iv, 610-612
Sansia Falls, iii, 275-276
Satarus, —, iii, 179
Schonland, Dr. S., ii, no 4, 113-114
"Scotia ", vi, 146
Sculling, i, no 6, 64-65; u, no I, 73
Sebitwane, iii, 83
Secretary birds, iii, 373-374
Serenje Boma, vi, 153-158
Serenje District, vi, 159-162
chronology, iii, 369-372
Sesheke, i, no I, 41; vi, 53-57
Sesheke District, history, iii, 174-176
Shaloba, ii, no 5, 35-38
Sharks in Lake Tanganyika, ii, no I, 82
Sharpe, Sir A., iii, 210-219
Shaw, J. R., ii, no 2, 78-79
Baldwin diary, v, 145-153, 241-245
First European settlement on the Kafue and the first copper mine, i, no 6, 49-51
Nkala, iv, 484-.486
Officials 1 have known, iv, 247-251
Sharratt-Horne, J. W., obituary, v, 283-285
Skeane, H., i, no 4, 70
Shelmerdine, W. W., ii, no 3, 72-73; v, 390-391
Shiwa Ngandu, ii, no I, 76; vi, 235-238
Shoe-bills, iv, 411-426, 557-560; v, 86-87

Shooting, rifle, iv, 22-31, 112-120
Shrews, elephant, iv, 396-397
Siachitema, v, 191
Silva Porto. A. E. da, i, no I, 65-66
Skaife, S. H Mpulungu and its fisheries, ii, no 4, 7-12
Slave trading,
in North-Eastern Rhodesia, i, no 1, 7-11
suppression of, i, no 3, 73-74; no 5, 43-45; iii, 331-338
Slavery, ii, no 5, 87
in Barotseland, ii, no 4, 72
Smell, identification by, v, 582
Smith, J. First session of the first Legislative Council of Northern Rhodesia, iv, 180-184
Smith, L, iii, 496; iv, 196
Smith, R., iii, 496; iv, 196
Snakebite, iv, 3W
Snakes,
length, iii, 368-369
see also Gaboon vipers; Pythons
Soccer match, lint, iv, 78-79
Soli, history, v, 50-55
Solwezi in the 1920's, v, 498-500
Soulsby, J. J. Some Congo basin fishes of Northern Rhodesia, iv, 231-246, 319-334
Springs, hot, ii, no 3, 65-66
Stairs, W. G., iii, 183
Stamps, postage, iv, 389-392
first issue, i, no 4, 52-54
Stamps, rubber, iii, 457
Stamps, tax, iv, 443-145; v, 87
Stefaniszyn, B. and De Santana, II. Rise of the Chikunda " condottieri", iv, 361-368
Stephenson, J. E. (" Chirupula "), i, no 4, 73-75; no 5, 43-45; ii, no 2, 95; no 5, 89
Comments, ii, no 4, 93-96
funeral, iii, 459-462
Luanshya Snake, vi, 13-16
Mwomboshi Boma, vi, 71-72
On some characters, i, no 3, 76-77
R. W. Yule, iii, 119-123
Some abandoned bomas, vi, 114-119
Stewart, D. R. M. Red-billed quelea in Northern Rhodesia, iv, 55-62


Tanganyika plateau, reminiscences, 1902, v, 396-398
Tanguy, Rev. F. Kayambi, the first White Fathers mission in Northern Rhodesia, ii, no 4,
73-78
Tapson, A. G. E. Tranport in the early days at Fort Jameson, i, no 6, 52-60
Tapson, W. Man-eater of Fort Jameson, iii, 551-555
Tasker, 0. S. Naval occasions on Lake Tanganyika in the 1914-18 War, Gi, 57-68
Tax stamps, iv, 443-445; v, 87
Telecommunications, iii, 542; v, 39-43
Telegraph, Cape to Cairo, v, 39-43
Teröorde, A., i, no 3, 80
Terrapins, ii, no 2, 27
Thomas, F. M. and Billing, M. G. Mwandi: Old Sesheke, vi, 53-57
Thomas, J. E. Kanyama and his times, iv, 477-480
Thomson, J. B. Chiengi Boma, ii, no 6, 67-77
Thornicroft " Dongolosi ", ii, no 4, 59
Thornton, R., iii, 164-170
Thornton, R. (of Mbesuma), iv, 369-376, 501
Thwaits, D. C. Trekking from Kalomo to Mongu in 1906, w, 318-330
Tilapia, i, no 5, 23-39; iii, 397-402
Timber, native, i, no 1, 57-63
Tonga raided by Matabele, i, no 2, 35-41
Tortoises, water, ii, no 2, 27
" Tom Tom", 11.81.S., iii, 185
Township, first, ii, no 5, 71
Tracey, H. African music in Northern Rhodesia, vi, 163-166
Traction engines, iii, 559-560; iv, 197-198
at Sable Mine, iv, 610-612
Trade, fish,
Lake Bangweulu, iii, 483-488
Lake Lusiwashi, iv, 277-288
Lake Mweru, i, no 2, 7-13
Lake Tanganyika, ii, no 4, 7-12
Trade in guns, ii, no 1, 43-48; no 3, 60
Trading on the Luapula, v, 14-27, 123-134, 268-280, 485-493
Transport,
depot at Chiwutuwutu, 1914-1918, iii, 197-199
Fort Jameson, i, no 6, 52-60
road, ii, no 5, 16-23
water, Lake Bangweulu, iii, 189-197
Zeederberg, vi, 223-228
Travelling on duty, iv, 188-191

Trayner, W. " The Livingstone Pioneer ", v, 561-566
Trees, i, no I, 57; no 3, 9-15
bush clearing, u, no I, 61-66
exotic, iii, 91
Trollope, I.. F. W. Eastern Caprivi Zipfel, iii, 107-118
Trout ova, i, no I, 33
Tsetse flies, ii, no 2, 74-77
Turtles, soft-backed, ii, no 2, 27
Tylden, G. Gun trade in Central and Southern Africa, ii, no I, 43-48; no 3,60
Ushi iron industry, v, 28-38
" Utopia ", ii, no 6, 24
Van Breda, H. J. Reminiscences, v, 290-291
Vaux, H. Unusual aspects of native land tenure in the Mazabuka District, ii, no 2, 18-26
Vegetable oil, Kilwa island, ii, no 1, 9-23
Venning, J. H.
Crocodile incident, ii, no I, 67-72
Early days in Balovale, ii, no 6, 53-57
How Mpulunga was founded, iv, 289-292
Lesson in lion hunting, iii, 425-427
Mwanawina III and the First World War, iv, 83-86
Vereker, L. S. A. Diary, vi, 187-205
Vesey-Fitzgerald, D. F., see Fitzgerald, D. F. Vesey
Veterinary Department, early days, v, 71-73
Victoria Falls,
discovery, iii, 279-281; iv, 18-21
first visitors, v, 178
islands, ii, no 2, 89
native name, i, no 4, 80-82; no 6, 68
Victoria Falls bridge, ii, no 1, 73
accident, ii, no 4, 116-117
first man across, v, 260
spray over, v, 86
Vipers, gaboon, i, no 3, 66-68
Vlahakis, J., iv, 81-83
Volunteer Force, Northern Rhodesia, v, 371-375
Vorbeck, von Lettow, ii, no 5, 81-84
Walker, II. F., v, 291-292
Wantipa, Mweru wa, see Mweru wa Wantipa

Wareham, J. M., iii, 171-173
Warrington, J. F. S. T., ii, no 6, 32
Water transport, Lake Bangwculu, iii, 189-197
Waterfalls,
Kalomo River, v, 186-190, 287
Northern and Luapula provinces, vi, 17-27
see also under their names
Waterloo medal, iv, 126
Wetmore, II. A., iii, 25
Watson, A. Blair, ii, no 1, 72; iv, 552-556
Occupation of Kilwa Island, iii, 70-74
Watt, N. Lewanika's visit to Edinburgh: early photographs, ii, no 1, 3-8
Waugh, H. C. First visit of a Governor to Lealui, v, 285-287
Weather lore, iii, 94
Weatherley, P., iv, 552-556
Weldon, H. A. C. Memories of 1902, ii, no 4, 99-101
Wellington, W. David Livingstone: accounts of death and transportation of his body to
the coast, vi, 95-102
Westbeech, G., vi, 372
Whisky bottles, v, 178-182
White, C. M. 14., ii, no I, 42
Northern Rhodesian butterflies, iii, 14-21
Note on the" Makishi", i, no 4, 67-70
White ants, i, no 1, 66; ii, no 4, 114
White Fathers, ii, no 4, 73-78
Whitten, J., ii, no 4, 116-117
Wienand, C. E. A pioneer remembers, i, no 3, 80-82
Wild animals, attacks on people by, iii, 233-237
Wildlife Conservation Society of Northern Rhodesia, v, 153
Williams, A., i, no 6, 64-65
Williams, G. 1). B.
Aerial surveys in Northern Rhodesia, vi, 65-70
Some early mail runner services, iv, 601-604
Wilson, E. M., iv, 599-600
Kelsey expedition, 1913-1914-Cape to Cairo, iv, 546-551
Winkworth, W. A. F., v, 120-122

Winterbottom, J. AS.
Bird population of mupane woodland, iii, 124-126
Some bird censuses on the Kafue flats, ii, no 5, 59-61
Some notes on Northern Rhodesian birds, i, no I, 24-30; no 6, 32-40
Winterbottom, J. M and Lancaster, D. G. Chewa female initiation ceremony, vi,
347-350
Witchcraft, i, no 1, 53-56; no 5, 22; ii, no 3, 48-55; iii, 513
Woest, B., vi, 119-120
Wood-cutting, ii, no I, 61-66
World War I, see Great War, 1914-1918
Worringham, C., ii, no 2, 86-87
Worthington, F. The" Nalikwanda v, 395-396
Wright, D. M. and Kay, G. Aspects of the Ushi iron industry, v, 28-38
Wright, R. Trading on the Luapula, 1900-4, v, 14-27, 123-134, 268-280, 485-493
Yea, M. The Kuomboka ceremony during Vera reign, iv, 574-582
Yoram, Drum-major, vi, 238-240
Young, " Bobo ", ii, no I, 74-76; no 3, 83-84; no 4, 115
Reminiscences, ii, no 2, 65-71
Yule, J. B., v, 622-624
Yule, R. W., iii, 119-123
Zambezi River, exploration, 1859, iii, 161-170
fish, i, no 5, 23-39; ii, no 3, 21-22
Kafue, ii, no 3, 21-22
Livingstone to Kalabo, vi, 73-81, 206-211
native name, i, no 4, 80-82; no 6, 69
regatta, i, no 6, 64-65
Zambezi Boat Club, v, 501-502
Zeeberberg C. H., in Northern Rhodesia, vi, 223-22/3
Zeppelin flight to East Africa, iii, 465-466




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