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This list of sources, written by Louise Pirouet, on pages 456-484 of “The Expansion of the Church of Uganda (N.A.C.) from Buganda into Northern and Western Uganda between 1891 and 1914, with Special Reference to the work of African Teachers and Evangelists” (PhD Thesis: University of East Africa, 1968) provides more complete citations to the short form used in the biographies from “Appendix A” of the thesis. Pirouet published this thesis as Black Evangelists (London: Rex Collings, 1978). However, Black Evangelists does not reproduce the detailed biographies, complete with references to sources, found in Appendix A of the thesis. Print copies are available at Africana Section, Makerere University Library (U 02 P57); The Centre for Christianity Worldwide, Cambridge; and a microfilm copy at the School of Oriental Studies, London. [information from Angus Crichton]
1. Oral Informants
[There are live links to the people also found in Appendix A]
Aluku, Andereya. (Acoli). Interview by author, September 1, 1964.
Byabusakuzi, Paulo. (Toro). Interview by author, September 14, 1965.
Jawe, Zakayo. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, August 1, 1967. Son of Paulo Byabaowezi. Retired saza chief living near Hoima.
Kaboha, Pancrax, (Toro : Bunyoro). Interview by author, November 8, 1967.
Son of Yafesi Isingoma, and now a retired church teacher living at Kakindo. Born about 1903.
Kagwa, Kezekia. (Buganda). Interview by Rev. C. Bamwoze, June 1965.
Kakumba, Lillian. (Bunyoro). Interviewed by author, July 27, 1967.
Kamugisha, F. (Ankole). Interview by author, August 11, 1965.
Kaparaga, John. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, July 31, 1967.
Kasaija, Eriya. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, June 17, 1967.
Kyaherwa, Franswa. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, July 24, 1967.
Kyopaali, Zakariya. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, June 16, 1967.
Mbabi-Katana, S. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, December 1967.
Masa, Musa. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, November 1, 1967.
Mutunzi, Aloni. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, June 16, 1967.
Nyakabwa, Eseri. (Toro). Interview by author, September 18, 1965.
Nyakatura, Omun John. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, June 21 and August 1, 1967.
Nyamayarwa, Samwiri. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, August 2, 1967.
Obaya, Feisto. (Bunyoro). Helped to translate an interview with Musa Masa, q.v., October 31, 1967, Bugoma. Rev. Obaya is Parish priest of Kgaya, which includes Bugoma.
Obi, Zebedayo. (Acoli). Interview by author, August 27, 1964.
Obura, Samusoni. (Lango). Interview by author, January 15, 1968.
Odiit, S. (Teso). Interview by author, April 7, 1968.
Odurkene, J. N. (Lango). 1967.
Oguti, Mikaeri. (Teso). Interview by author, April 9, 1968.
Okech, Lacito. (Acoli). Interview by author, August 25, 1964.
Okwerede, Yakobo. (Teso). Interview by author, April 10, 1968.
Omagi, Suleiman. (Acoli). Interview by author, August 20, 1964.
Rwabite, Petero. (Ankole). Interview by author, August 11, 1965.
Shalita, Kosiya. (Ankole).
Tibanagwa, Mrs. Dina. (Bunyoro). Interview by author, July 29, 1967.
2. Archives, Diaries, etc.
(See Appendix B of Pirouet’s dissertation, noted above)
Baskerville, G. K. Journals. 1891-1900. (In MUCA).
Bond, H. M. (Mrs. Ashton Bond). Bond Letters, 1901-1908. (Xerox copies in MUCA by courtesy of Miss Margaret Bong.)
Church Missionary Society. Archives. 1890-1914. Series G3/A5. G3/A7. (Microfilm copies, MUCA).
Church of Uganda. Ankole Baptism Register. 1902-1908. (A photocopy of the first 1,000 entries is in MUCA).
———. Baptism Register, Namirembe Cathedral. 1900 - (Kept in Cathedral).
———. Butiti Baptism Register. 1896 – (At Butiti).
———. Gulu Documents. These consist of: Keyo Baptism Register, Gulu Baptism Register, Gulu Service Book, Gulu Account Book, Gulu Church Council Minutes. (Deposited in MUCA by courtesy of the Right Rev. J. K. Russell.)
———. Hoima Baptism Register. 1900-1917. (Photostat copy in MUCA).
———. Hoima Service Book. 1909 – (At Hoima).
———. Kabarole Baptism Register. 1896. (At Kabarole).
———. Kabarole Church Council Minutes. 1898–1903. (Photocopy in MUCA).
———. Masindi Baptism Register. 1899–1930. (Photocopy in MUCA).
———. Masindi Marriage Register. 1900-1914. (At Masindi).
———. Masindi Service Book. 1909–1916. (At Masindi).
———. Minutes of the Theological Board. 1909-1926. (In MUCA).
———. Ngora Baptism Register. 1906-1921. (Photocopy in MUCA).
———. Ngora Communicants Register. 1911 – 1927. (At Ngora),
———. Record Book. (In Archbishop’s office, Namirembe).
———. Teachers’ Record 1898-1902. In the handwriting of the Rev. R. H. Walker. Namirembe Cathedral. (Copy in MUCA).
———. Toro Women Teachers’ Record. 1902-1922. (Photocopy in MUCA).
Clayton, H. and Mrs. Clayton Letters, 1897–1904. (Copies in MUCA).
Dwakaikara, A. and H. D. Muherya. The Life of Andereya Dwakaikara. (Photocopy and translation in MUCA).
Enin, Petero. Life of Ewot Daudi Odora. (Photocopy and translation in MUCA).
Fisher, A. B. Fisher Papers. (Microfilm in MUCA).
Ladbury, H. B. and Mrs. Ladbury Journals. 1904-1954. This consists of
Willis, John Jamieson. Willis Journal. 1902-1902. (Xerox copy in MUCA by courtesy of Ven. Archdeacon Cobham).
3. Unpublished Typescripts
Hellberg, C. J. and Kajerero, A. Andereya Kageroro: The Man and His Church. n.d. (Typescript in MUCA.)
Ogwal, Reuben. The Coming of Christianity to Lango. n.d. (Typescript and translation in MUCA.)
Willis, John Jamieson. Visit to Uganda, 1933. (Xerox copy of typescript in MUCA by courtesy of Ven. Archdeacon Cobham.)
4. Books and Pamphlets
Ashe, R. P. Two Kings of Uganda. London, 1890.
———. Chronicles of Uganda. London, 1894.
Church Missionary Society. A Register of Missionaries and Native Clergy: 1804–1904. Printed for private circulation, 1905. (referred to as A Register).
Cook, A. R. Uganda Memories. Entebbe, 1945.
Empango Celebrations Committee. Omurwa Babajawarakondo ba Bunyoro-Kitara. Published in Runyoro and English, Uganda, 1967.
Fisher, Ruth. On the Borders of Pygmyland. London, 1905.
———. Twilight Tales of the Black Baganda. London, 1911.
Harford-Battersby, C. F. Pilkington of Uganda. London, 1898.
Johnson, T. B. Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon. London, 1908.
Johnston, H. H. The Uganda Protectorate. 2 vols. London, 1902.
Jones, H. Gresford. Uganda in Transformation. London, 1926.
Katyanku, L. O. and Bulera, S. Obwomezi bw’Omukama Duhaga II. Nairobi, 1930.
Kitching, A. L. On the Backwaters of the Nile. London, 1912.
Lawrence, T. E. Kwo pa Ladit Canon Sira Dongo, Won Acoli ki Lango i Nying Yesu Kristo. Kampala, n.d.
Lloyd, A. B. In Dwarf Land and Cannibal Country. London, 1899.
———. Uganda to Kartoum. London, 1906.
Nganwa. Abakozire eby’okutangaza omuri Ankole. Nairobi, 1948.
Nicolet, J. Yohana Kitagana. Paris, 1947.
Okech, Lacito. Tekwaro kiker lobo Acholi. Nairobi, 1953.
Perham, M. and M. Bull, eds. The Diaries of Lord Lugard. vol. II. London 1959.
Portal, Gerald. The British Mission to Uganda in 1893. London, 1894.
Purvie, J. B. Through Uganda to Mount Elgon. London, 1909.
Stanley, H. M. In Darkest Africa. 2 vols. London, 1890.
Thurston, A. B. African Incidents. London, 1900.
Tucker, A. R. Toro: Visits to Ruwenzori. London, 1899.
———. Eighteen Years in Uganda and East Africa. London. 1st edition 1908 in 2 vols.; 2nd edition 1911 in 1 vol.
Church Missionary Society, London. Annual Reports.
———. Church Missionary Intelligencer which became Church Missionary Review after 1906.
———. Church Missionary Gleaner (intended for a more popular readership).
Church Missionary Society, Uganda. Bunyoro Church Magazine.1931-1940. (Published in Bunyoro). (See Appendix B of Pirouet’s dissertation, noted above).
———. Mengo Notes, 1900–January 1902.
———. Uganda Notes. February 1902-1913.
———. Uganda Notes and Diocesan Gazette. 1914.
Fataki, Mika. “Okuija okwo Bukristayo mu Bunyoro.” Bunyoro Church Magazine. 1931, 65-7, 96.
“Habusinge Bu’Omukama Kabarega nabanyoro abali Abamasaza namasaza gabu, nenganda zabu nebyaro byabu.” Bunyoro Church Magazine, 1931, 68-69, 77-81. (See Appendix B of Pirouet’s dissertation, noted above).
K. W. (Sir Tito Winyi, based on information given him by his father, Kabarega. The initials stand for Kabarega and Winyi.)
“Abakama ba Bunyoro-Kitara.” U. J. 3, 2, 1935, 149-160; 4, 1, 1936, 65-83; 5, 2, 1937, 53-67. (only this last is directly cited.)
Mbabi-Katana, S. “Death of Daudi Mbabi, Grand Old Man of Bunyoro.” Uganda Herald, July 25, 1953.
Low, D. A. (1957(ii)). “The British and Uganda, 1862-1900.” Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oxford, 1957.
Williams, T. S. M. “The Protestant Church in Nkondo.” M.A. Thesis, University of East Africa, 1965.
II. Unpublished Typescripts
Bishop, A. M. and D. Ruffell. A History of the Upper Nile Diocese, n.d. (Typescript in MUCA.)
Nyakazingo, Moses. In his third year as an undergraduate (1966) M. Nakazingo wrote a research paper on Kasagama from which he allowed the author to make notes.
Odurtene [handwritten, partially illegible].
Olal, Andereya [handwritten, partially illegible].
III. Books and Pamphlets
Beattie, J. H. M. (1960 (i)). “The Nyoro.” in East African Chiefs, ed. A. I. Richards, Chapter IV, 98-126. London: 1960.
———. (1960 (ii)). Bunyoro: An African Kingdom. New York: 1960.
Burke, F. G. Local Government and Politics in Uganda. Syracuse, U.S.A: 1964.
Church, J. E. Awake, Uganda! Kampala: n.d.
Crazzolara, J. P. The Lwoo. Verona. 3 vols., 1950-1954.
Dobson, J. N. Daybreak in West Nile. London: 1964.
Dunbar, A. A History of Bunyoro-Kitara. Nairobi : 1965.
Fallers, L. A., ed. The King’s Men. London: 1964.
Fallers, M. C. The Eastern Lacustrine Bantu. Ethnographic Survey of Africa; East Central Africa; Part XI. London: 1960.
Fortes, M. and E. E. Evans-Pritchard, eds. African Political Systems. London: 1960.
Girling, F. K. The Acoli of Uganda. London: 1960.
Guillebaud, L. A Grain of Mustard Seed: The growth of the Ruanda Mission of CMS. London: 1959.
Harlow, V. and E. M. Chilvers, eds. A History of East Africa, vol. II. London: 1965.
Hemphill, M. de Kiewiet. “The British Sphere, 1884-94.” In A History of East Africa, vol. I, eds. R. Oliver and G. Mathew, Chapter XI. London: 1963.
Hooton, W. S. and J. Stafford Wright. The First Twenty-Five Years of the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society. London: 1947.
Ingham, K. The Making of Modern Uganda, 3rd ed. London: 1965.
James, William. The Varieties of Religious Experience, The Gifford Lectures for 1901/2. London: 1928.
Knox, R. V. Enthusiasm. London: 1950.
Langlands, B. W. and G. Namirembe. Studies in the Geography of Religion in Uganda. Kampala: Makerere University College, 1967.
Lawrance, J. C. D. The Iteso: Forty Years of Change in a Nilo-Hamitic Tribe of Uganda. London: 1957.
Low, D. A. (1957 (i)). Religion and Society in Uganda 1875-1900. Kampala: 1957.
———. “The Making and Implementation of the Uganda Agreement of 1900.” In Buganda and British Overrule, eds. D. A. Low and R. C. Pratt, Part I. London: 1960.
———. “The Northern Interior 1840-84.” In A History of East Africa, vol. I, eds. R. Oliver and G. Mathews, Chapter IX. London,1963.
Luck, A. African Saint: The Life of Apolo Kivebulaya. London: 1963.
Morris, H. F. A History of Ankole. Kampala: 1962.
———. Heroic Recitations of the Bahima of Ankole. London: 1964.
Oberg, K. “The Kingdom of Ankole in Uganda.” In African Political Systems, M. Fortes and E. Evans-Pritchard. London: 1960.
Ogot, B. A. History of the Southern Luo, vol. I. Migration and Settlement. Nairobi: 1967.
——— with F. B. Welbourn. A Place to Feel at Home. London: 1966.
Oliver, Roland. Missionary Factor in East Africa. London: 1952.
——— and G. Mathews, eds. History of East Africa, vol. I. London: 1963.
Roscoe, John. (1923(i)). The Bakitara. London: 1923.
——— (1923(ii)). The Banyankole. London: 1923.
Russell, J. K. Men without God? London: 1966.
Stenning, D. J. Preliminary Observations on the Balokole Movement Particularly among the Bahima in Ankole District. EAISR Conference Paper, No. 87, 1957.
———. “The Nyankole,” in East African Chiefs, eds. B. K. Taylor and A. I. Richards. London: 1960.
Stock, Eugene. History of the Church Missionary Society, vol. 3. London: 1899.
Sundkler, B. G. M. The Christian Ministry in Africa. London: 1960.
Taylor, B. K. and Richards, A. I. East African Chiefs. London, 1959.
Taylor, B. K. The Western Lacustrine Bantu. Ethnographic Survey of Africa, East Central Africa, Part XIII. London: 1962.
Taylor, John V. The Growth of the Church in Buganda. London: 1958.
Thomas, H. B. and R. Scott. Uganda. London: 1935.
Uganda Lands and Surveys Department. Uganda Atlas. Kampala: 1962.
Warren, M. A. C. Revival: An Enquiry. London: 1954.
———. “The Church England as by Law Established—Unfit for Export?” In The English Church: A New Look Essay, L. S. Hunter. London: 1966.
Welbourn, F. B. East African Rebels. London: 1961.
Bere, R. M. “Awich—a Biographical Note and a Chapter of Acoli History.” U.J. 10, 2, 1946: 76-78.
Emwanu, G. “The Reception of Alien Rule in Teso: 1896-1927.” U.J. 31, 2, 1967: 171-182.
Furley, Oliver W. “Kasagama of Toro.” U.J. 25, 3. 1961: 184-198.
Gray, John Milner. “Acoli History, 1860-1901.” U.J. 15, 2, 1952: 121-140.
———. “A History of Ibanda, Saza of Mitoma, Ankole.” U.J. 24, 2, 1960.
———. “Kakunguru in Bukedi.” U.J. 27, 1, 1963: 31-60.
Ntare School History Society. “H. M. Stanley’s Journey Through Ankole in 1899.” U.J. 29, 2. 1965: 185-192.
Okot, P’Bitek. “The Concept of Jok among the Acoli and Lango.” U.J. 27, 1, 1963: 15-29.
———. “Acoli Concept of Fate—Woko, Wilobo and Ru-Piny.” U.J. 29, 2. 1965: 85-94.
Roberts, A. D. “The Sub-Imperialism of the Baganda.” J.A.H. 3, 1962: 435-50.
Rowe, John A. “Mika Sematimba.” U.J. 28, 2, 1964: 179-200.
Stafford, D.N. “Bunyoro Grain Pits.” U.J. 19, 2, 1955: 208.
Williams, F. L. “Nuwa Mbaguta, Nganzi of Ankole.” U.J. 10, 2, 1946: 124-135.
V. Material Consulted But Not Directly Cited
Anywar, Reuben. “Life of Ewot Iburaim Awich.” U.J. 12, 1, 1948: 72-81.
Apter, D. E. The Political Kingdom in Uganda. Princeton: 1961.
Attwater, David. The White Fathers of Africa. London: 1937.
Baker, S. J. K. “Bunyoro: A Regional Appreciation.” U.J. 18, 2, 1954: 101-112.
———. “The Geographical Background of Western Uganda.” U.J. 22, 1, 1958: 1-10.
Baker, S. W. The Albert N’yanza. London: 1866.
———. Ismailia. London: 1874.
Bax, S. N. “The Early Church Missionary Society Missions at Buzilima and Usambiro in the Mwanza District.” T.N.R. 7, 1939: 39-55.
Bouniol, J. The White Fathers and their Missions. London: 1929.
Burridge, William. Destiny Africa. London: 1965.
Casati, G. Ten Years in Equatoria. London: 1891.
Catholic Directory of Eastern Africa, 1965. Tanzania: Tabora, 1965.
Colvile, N. Land of the Nile Springs. London: 1895.
Dawson, E. C. James Hannington: A History of His Life and Work. 1847-1885. London: 1886.
Driberg, J. H. The Lango. London: 1923.
Dunbar, A. R. Omukama Chwa II Kabarega. Kampala: 1965.
Fage, J. D. An Atlas of African History. London: 1958 and 1965.
Faupel, J. P. African Holocaust. London: 1963.
Furely, O. W. “The Reign of Kasagama from a Contemporary Account.” U.J. 31, 2, 1967: 183-190.
Gale, H. P. Uganda and the Mill Hill Fathers. London: 1959.
Gee, T. W. “A Century of Muhammadan Influence in Buganda, 1852-1951.” U.J. 22, 2, 1958: 139-150.
Goldthorpe, J. E. and F. B. Wilson. “Tribal Maps of East Africa and Zanzibar.” EAISR Conference Paper, Kampala, 1960.
Gray, John Milner. “The Year of the Three Kings of Buganda.” U.J. 14, 1, 1950: 15-52.
———. “In Memoriam—Archbishop Henri Streicher, C.B.E.” U.J. 17, 1, 1953: 63-67.
Groves, C. P. The Planting of Christianity in Africa, vols. 1-4. London: 1948-1958.
Hansen, H. W. “British Administration and Religious Liberty in Uganda, 1890-1900.” EAISR Conference Paper, January 1966.
Harrison, J. W. A. M. Mackay: Pioneer Missionary of the Church Missionary Society to Uganda. London: 1890.
Hellberg, C. J. Missions on a Colonial Frontier West of Lake Victoria. Sweden: 1965.
Huddle, J. G. “The Life of Yakobo Adoko of Lango District.” U.J. 21, 2, 1957: 184-190.
Ingham, K. A History of East Africa. London: 1952.
———. “The Amagasani of the Abakama of Bunyoro.” U.J. 17, 2, 1953: 138-145.
———. “Some Aspects of the History of Western Uganda.” U.J. 21, 2, 1957: 131-149.
Kitching, A. L. From Darkness to Light. London: 1935.
Kittler, Glenn D. The White Fathers. London: 1957.
Leblond, G. Le Pere Aguste Achte. Paris, 1904 and 1928.
Lawrence, J. C. D. “Rock Paintings in Teso.” U.J. 17, 1, 1953: 8-13.
———. “Rock Paintings in Teso.” U.J. 19, 1, 1955: 90.
———. “Rock Paintings in Teso and Bukedi.” U.J. 22, 1, 1958: 39-42.
———. “A History of Teso to 1937.” U.J. 19, 1, 1955: 7-40.
Low, D. A. “British Public Opinion and the Uganda Question: October-December 1892.” U.J. 18, 2, 1954: 81-100.
Macdonald, J. R. L. Soldiering and Surveying in British East Africa. London: 1897.
Maxse, F. Seymour Vandeleur. London: 1906.
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Oliver, R. “A Question about the Bachwezi.” U.J. 17, 2, 1953: 135-137.
———. and J.D. Fage. A Short History of Africa. London: 1962.
Perham, M. Lugard: The Years of Adventure. London: 1956.
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Roberts, A. D. “The Lost Counties of Bunyoro.” U.J. 26, 2, 1962: 194-199.
Robinson, R. and J. Gallagher, with A. Denny. Africa and the Victorians. London: 1963.
Rowe, J. A. “The Purge of Christians at Mwanga’s Court.” J.A.H. 5, 1, 1964: 55-72.
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Stafford, D. N. “The Burial of Kabarega.” U.J. 19, 2, 1955: 208.
Thomas, H. B. “Capax Imperii—The Story of Semei Kakunguru.” U.J. 6, 2, 1939: 125-136.
———. “The Rev. A. B. Fisher in Uganda: A Memoir.” U.J. 21, 1, 1957: 107-110.
———. “The Wilsons of Early Uganda.” U.J. 21, 2, 1957: 232-3.
———. “J. J. Uganda. Bishop Willis.” U.J. 19, 1, 1955: 103-4.
———. “The Baganda Martyrs. 1885-1887.” U.J. 15, 1, 1951: 84-91.
Thoonen, J. Black Martyrs. London: 1941.
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Wilson, C. T. and Folkin, R. W. Uganda and the Egyptian Soudan. 2 vols. London: 1882.
White Fathers. Memento Chronologique, n.d.
Winter, E. H. Beyond the Mountains of the Moon. London: 1959.
Wright, M. J. “The Early Life of Ewot Isaya Ogwanggujji, M.B.E.” U.J. 22, 1958: 131-8.
Wrigley, C. C. “Some thoughts on the Baokwezi.” U.J. 22, 1, 1958: 11-17.
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