D. A. Low: The British and Uganda (1862-1900) - Accession 1157 - M533 (584)
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Accession 1157 - M533 (584)
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Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of a thesis written by D.A. (Donald Anthony) Low (1927-2015) for Exeter College Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1957 from Oxford University. D. A. Low, was a historian of modern South Asia, Africa, the British Commonwealth, and, especially, decolonization. He was the Emeritus Smuts Professor of History of the British Commonwealth at the University of Cambridge, former Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University, Canberra, and President of Clare Hall, Cambridge. The thesis pertains to the British contacts and interests in East Africa, specifically Uganda, in the late nineteenth century from 1862-1900.
The D.A. Low: The British and Uganda (1862-1900) were given to the Archives on August 17, 2004 .
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "D. A. Low: The British and Uganda (1862-1900) - Accession 1157 - M533 (584)". Finding Aid 1257.
LC Subject Headings
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Uganda