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Tribe The Hidden History of the Mountains of the Moon Epub

Tribe tells the hidden history of the Mountains of the Moon the glacier crowned lost world of incomparable beauty that lies at the heart of equatorial Africa Award winning author Tom Stacey has been intimately involved in the life of the mountains and their people for over 50 years In this compelling work straddling the genres of travel and history he traces the story of the Bakonzo tribe and their turbulent bid for self determination He tells of his own mission to mediate with the Ugandan government on behalf of the rebel Bakonzo kingdom which he had unwittingly inspired and writes with passion and depth on the sanctity of race and place In 2009 The Kingdom of Rwenzururu was officially recognised in this region partly as a result of a movement founded b the author Tribe was nominated by Felipe Fernàndez Armesto in the Times Literary Supplement as Book of the Year for 2003Tribe tells the hidden history of the Mountains of the Moon the glacier crowned lost world of incomparable beauty that lies at the heart of equatorial Africa Award winning author Tom Stacey has been intimately involved in the life of the mountains and their people for over 50 years In this compelling work straddling the genres of travel and history he traces the story of the Bakonzo tribe and their turbulent bid for self determination He tells of his own mission to mediate with the Ugandan government on behalf of the rebel Bakonzo kingdom which he had unwittingly inspired and writes with passion and depth on the sanctity of race and place In 2009 The Kingdom of Rwenzururu was officially recognised in this region partly as a result of a movement founded b the author Tribe was nominated by Felipe Fernàndez Armesto in the Times Literary Supplement as Book of the Year for 2003Tribe tells the hidden history of the Mountains of the Moon the glacier crowned lost world of incomparable beauty that lies at the heart of equatorial Africa Award winning author Tom Stacey has been intimately involved in the life of the mountains and their people for over 50 years In this compelling work straddling the genres of travel and history he traces the story of the Bakonzo tribe and their turbulent bid for self determination He tells of his own mission to mediate with the Ugandan government on behalf of the rebel Bakonzo kingdom which he had unwittingly inspired and writes with passion and depth on the sanctity of race and place In 2009 The Kingdom of Rwenzururu was officially recognised in this region partly as a result of a movement founded b the author Tribe was nominated by Felipe Fernàndez Armesto in the Times Literary Supplement as Book of the Year for 2003