This is not likely (though I have no proof to the contrary). This funny consideration came from some older Tanzanian Shilling notes and a publication we purchased on the history of Tanzanian banknotes.
Watu wa Mtwara [People of Mtwara]Read More
Last week eight class-six (sixth grade) primary school students came to our museum to ask if we could tell them what impact the British had on the islands of Zanzibar to help them prepare for their history exam the next day. Though very last minute, we were encouraged …Read More
Being about four weeks ago, our small museum has experienced a daily inundation of primary school children at our museum; some days more than 30. They come during their lunch break and after school. They come to see…Read More
In the hall in font of my office hangs a brightly colored world map. I often refer to it, to help my team understand where I come from or where I am going, or when I dream about cooler places when I become weary of the heat or dust. A normal part of my day is a visit from the banana seller.Read More