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All the King's Animals: The Return of Endangered Wildlife to Swaziland
by Cristina Kessler (Photographer), Mswati III (Forword)
Reading level: Ages 9-12

The Kingdom of Swaziland : Studies in Political History
by D. Hugh Gillis
Hardcover from Greenwood Publishing Group

Historical Dictionary of Swaziland
by Alan R. Booth, John J. Grotpeter
(Hardcover)

Kings, Commoners and Concessionaires
by Philip Bonner
Book Description: This is the first full-length study of the political economy of one of the African states which were formed in the course of the nineteenth-century Zulu revolution. The early chapters examine the evolution of the Swazi state and the dynamics of its stratified systems, paying particular attention to the 'layering' of inequality through marriage and inheritance patterns, and the simultaneous integration of age regiments and the elaboration of a national ideology based on the Swazi royalty. Dr Bonner then sets the Swazi state in the wider context of south-eastern Africa and discusses its relations with the surrounding Boer societies. The later chapters analyse the role played by the great mining companies and their white concessionaires in the partition of southern Africa and in bringing about the dissolution of the Swazi state.
Paperback: 328 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.83 x 9.12 x 6.14 
Publisher: Cambridge University Press;
ISBN: 0521523001

Visitors' Guide to Swaziland : How to Get There, What to See, Where to Stay (Visitors' Guides)
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Historical Dictionary of Swaziland
by Alan R. Booth, John J. Grotpeter
Book Description: Reaching back into earlier periods when the Swazi nation was being formed, there are entries on Swazi kings, queens, and others who played significant roles. The colonial era is also clearly delineated, and entries on important people, places, and events important to Swaziland's contemporary history are also included. The considerable material provided in the dictionary is buttressed by a solid introduction, a chronology, and especially a substantial bibliography.

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Swaziland (Enchantment of Africa)
by Allan Carpenter, Matthew Maginnis

Swaziland Investment & Business Guide

The Struggle for Swazi Labour, 1890-1920
by Jonathan Crush
Hardcover from McGill-Queens University Press
1988
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Studies in the Economic History of Southern Africa Volume II: South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland
by Zbigniew Konczacki, Jane Parpart, Timothy Shaw
Hardcover from Frank Cass & Co
1991
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The Swazi, a South African Kingdom (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology)
by Hilda Kuper
Paperback from International Thomson Publishing

 

Scenes of change : visions on developments in Swaziland : papers presented at the Seminar 'Social Sciences in Swaziland', Free University Amsterdam, February 1986
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Obscure Kingdoms: Around the World in Search of Royal Courts
by Edward Fox. 1993
Includes information on Swaziland, Tonga, Oman, Nigeria, and Java
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The Politics of Harmony: Land Dispute Strategies in Swaziland
by Laurel L. Rose
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