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 Form 1 History Lessons: The peoples of Kenya up to the 19th century

The Cushites: Southern Cushites:
They might have entered present day Kenya through northern Kenya and seem to have originated from the Ethiopian highlands. Since they were pastoralists, they must have been looking for better pasture for their livestock. They cultivated food crops like sorghum , millet and rearing long horned humpless cattle. They included the Iraqi, Boni and Burungi of Tanzania, The Dahallo or Sanye of the lower Tana (the
remaining southern Cushites in Kenya).

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