Table of contents for Recreating Eden : land use, environment, and society in southern Angola and northern Namibia / Emmanuel Kreike.

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Chapter 1: Introduction: Colonial Conquest, Colonial Rule, and Socio-Environmental 
Chapter 2: King Haudanu's Ponds: Environment and Society in the Middle and Northern 
Floodplain, 1879-1896
Chapter 3: Making Wilderness: Pestilence, Colonial Conquest, and Famine, 1897-1915
Chapter 4: The Divide: Colonial Pacification, Borders, and Population Flight, 1916-1930
Chapter 5: Migrant Labor: Investment in Socio-Environmental Recovery, 1900-1960
Chapter 6: Millet and Marriage: Domesticating the Middle Floodplain Wilderness, 1930-
Chapter 7: A Land without Flies: The Frontier Beyond the Floodplain, 1930-1960
Chapter 8: The Search for Wilderness: Cattleposts, Cattle Trails, and the Colonial Border, 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Land tenure -- Environmental aspects -- Angola.
Land tenure -- Environmental aspects -- Namibia.
Land use, Rural -- Environmental aspects -- Angola.
Land use, Rural -- Environmental aspects -- Namibia.
Human settlements -- Angola -- History.
Human settlements -- Namibia -- History.
Conservation of natural resources -- Angola -- History.
Conservation of natural resources -- Namibia -- History.
Angola -- Social conditions -- History.
Namibia -- Social conditions -- History.
Sustainable development -- Angola -- History.
Sustainable development -- Namibia -- History.