The Agricultural Education of a Primitive Tribe: The West Suk of Kenya

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1943
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Chaundy, G.H.
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The West Suk District lies to the north-west of Mount Elgon, and is over 5,000 square miles in area. To the north is the Turkana District, which is little less than a sandy desert, to the west, Uganda and to the south the Trans Nzoia settled area and Marakwet. On the east is Baringo District where the East Suk live. In 1932 that part of West Suk to the west of the Suam River, an area of approximately 2,000 square miles, was handed over to Uganda and is now administered from Moroto in Karamoja. Thus the area of the country about which this article is written is 3,300 square miles with a population of 21,000.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 8, p. 1-11
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