Red Sea Translocals: Hadrami Migration, Entrepreneurship, and Strategies of Integration in Eritrea, 1840s–1970s

@article{Miran2012RedST,
  title={Red Sea Translocals: Hadrami Migration, Entrepreneurship, and Strategies of Integration in Eritrea, 1840s–1970s},
  author={Jonathan Miran},
  journal={Northeast African Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={129 - 167}
}
  • Jonathan Miran
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Northeast African Studies
  • This study examines the ways by which Hadramis played pivotal roles in the economic, political, religious, urban and intellectual history of Eritrea in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Hadrami commercial entrepreneurs and laborers moved and settled in Eritrea and prospered under Egyptian (1865–1885) and Italian rule (1885–1941) in import-export, wholesale, retail, urban construction, real-estate, transportation, light-industrial and agricultural enterprises and businesses. They also… CONTINUE READING
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