Ambali, Augustine, Thirty Years in Nyasaland, London: UMCA, 1931, 63pp. Ambali was a freed slave who, after becoming a Christian, was brought to Nyasaland by W.P. Johnson of the UMCA. He spent 46 years in the country and became Canon of Likoma and Priest-in-Charge of Msumba Bay and Ngoo Bay. MNA 1058
Anderson-Morshead, A.E.M., The History of the Universities Mission to Central Africa, Vol. I 1859 - 1909, London: UMCA, 1953. First vol ume of the official history of the UMCA. MNA 135
Atkins, P., The Flags of Dawn, London: UMCA, 1946, 60pp. Brief bio graphical study of Inyanga, a boy who lived in a poor village along Lake Malawi and ran away from home to Likoma Island where he was converted to Christian faith and changed his name to Kristofa. UOM-CC MAL PVT 3625 .N8
Azizi, Peter M., "The Formation of the New Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi: Idea to Reality", BA (Theology) dis sertation, University of Malawi, 1997. An examination of the underlying causes of the division of the Anglican Diocese of Lake Malawi through the creation of a new Diocese in 1995. CC/TRS/1997/9
"Contemporary History", Nyasaland Journal, Vol. 8 (1955), pp. 7-15. The visit of Archbishop Fisher of Canterbury to Nyasaland and the inaugu ration of the Province of Central Africa.
Elston, Philip, "A Note on the Universities Mission to Central Africa 1859-1914", in Bridglal Pachai (ed.), The Early History of Malawi, London: Longman, 1972, pp. 344-364. Drawing mainly on UMCA publications, traces the early history of the Anglican Church in Malawi from its base on Likoma Island. DT 859 EAR
Frank, Cedrick N., Petro's Progress: from Slavery to Priesthood: an African Tale, London: UMCA, 1957, 103pp. A tribute to Fr Petro Kilekwa, who was freed from slavery in 1887 and later served as a priest in the Diocese of Nyasaland for many years. MNA
Heanley, Robert Marshall, Memoir of Edward Steere D.D., Third Mission ary Bishop in Central Africa, London: UMCA, 1888.
Johnson, William Percival, My African Reminiscences, 1876-1895, Lon don: UMCA, 1926; repr. New York: Negro Universities Press, 236pp. An autobiographical account of the development of the UMCA work on the eastern shore of Lake Malawi and on Likoma Island. MNA
Johnson, William Percival, "Seven Years' Travel in the Region East of Lake Nyasa", Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, Vol. 6 (1884), pp. 512-536.
Johnson, William Percival, The Mission Steamers, London: UMCA, 1910.
Keable, R., Darkness or Light: Studies in the History of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, Illustrating the Theory and Practice of Mis sions, London: UMCA, 1912, 280pp. Attempts an evaluation of the UMCA's work in such areas as catechesis, education, medical work and inter-faith relations. MAL BV3520 KEA
Kishindo, J.H.A., Mbiri ya Ecclesia Anglicana ku Nyasaland 1860-1960, Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1960. Traces the development of the UMCA mission in Malawi. ZTCL 276.8 K15
Kishindo, Monica F., "A Survey of Likoma Island from Early Times to 1935", History seminar paper, Chancellor College, Zomba, 1969/70. Pays par ticular attention to the establishment and development of the UMCA mission on the island and its contribution to education, lay training, medical services and technical training. MAL DT 3201 CHA
Linyama, S.W.O., "Perceptions of Identity: the Case of Likoma Island, 1885-1955", History seminar paper, Chancellor College, Zomba, 1985-86, 18pp. Discusses the various influences which contributed to the formation of Likoma identity, notably that of the UMCA. MAL DT 3201 CHA
Magangani, Fanuel E., "The Church and Millennium Development Goals: An Investigation into the Response of the Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi to the Millennium Development Goals on Likoma Island", BA (Theology), Mzuzu University, 2009.
Maples, Chauncey, Journals and Papers of Chauncey Maples, Late Bishop of Likoma, Lake Nyasa, Africa, ed. Ellen Maples, London: Longman, Green and Co., 1899, 278pp. After his death Maples' sister assembled his papers, including his Nyasa News articles of 1893-95, to issue a vol ume which provides important source material especially on the early days of the UMCA mission on Likoma Island.
Maples, Ellen, (ed.) Journals and Papers of Chauncey Maples (London, 1899).
Maples, Ellen, The Life of Bishop Maples (London, 1897).
Mndalasini, A.C.C., "Local Rulers and the UMCA Missionaries during the Early Years of the Mission's Establishment on Likoma", History semi nar paper, 1975-76, 13pp. Concludes that the main thing that motivated the local rulers to accept the missionaries to work among them was eco nomic benefits. MAL DT 3201 CHA
Particulars of 50 Marriage Cases in the Diocese of Nyasaland Together with the Reports of the Assessors and the Decisions made thereupon, Likoma: Universities' Mission Press, 1926. 129pp. Divorce cases judged by the Anglican Bishop Cathrew Fisher, published as a guide to priests seeking to interpret the regulations concerning Christian mar riage which were drawn up by the Synod of 1922. MNA
Ross, K.R., "The Ordination of Women: Anglicans Respond to Change", Christianity in Malawi: A Source Book, Kachere, 1995, pp. 109-118.
Ross, K.R., "Who Do You Say That I Am? Popular Christology in Northern Malawi", Here Comes Your King!, Kachere, 1996, pp. 33-50.
Rowley, Henry, The Story of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (London, 1866).
Stuart, R.G., "Christianity and the Chewa: the Anglican Case 1885-1950", PhD, University of London, 1974. An attempt to assess Horton's the sis against the experience of one African people (the Chewa) and one soci ety, the Anglo-Catholic UMCA during a definite period from colo nial rule in the 1880s to the inception on nationalistic activity in the 1950s. BV 3625 .N8 STU 1974
Tengatenga, James, "The Good Being the Enemy of the Best: The Politics of Bishop Frank Oswald Thorne in Nyasaland and the Federation 1936 - 1961", Religion in Malawi, Vol. 6 (1996), pp. 20-29. An analysis of the events which led to the resignation of Bishop Thorne in 1961 after he failed to offer sufficient solidarity with the African drive for self-deter mination in Malawi.
Thaulo, M.P., "The Impact of the Coming and the Expansion of Mission ary Work of the Anglicans to Malawi: the Anglican Church 1881-1926", seminar paper, Chancellor College, Zomba, n.d., 12pp. Explores the circumstances under which the UMCA was founded and expanded, strategy for evangelization, criteria for church membership, reactions of the indigenous people to the mission's work and the role of the indige nous people in the Church. CC/TRS/1990/5
The Nyasa News, 1893-4.
Universities' Mission to Central Africa, Atlas of the Five Anglican Dioce ses of Nyasaland, Zanzibar, Masasi, Northern Rhodesia and South West Tanzania, London: UMCA, 1954.
Ward, G., The Life of Charles Alan Smythies, London: UMCA, 1899, 271pp. A biography of Bishop Alan Smythies, including discussion of his role in con solidating the British Protectorate in Nyasaland and in the division of the UMCA diocese between Lake Nyasa and Zanzibar. BV 3522 .S8 WAR
Weller, John C., "Msoro Mission under Leonard Kamungu and his Succes sors 1911-1923", in David Barret (ed.), African Initiatives in Religion, Nairobi: East African Publishing House, 1971, pp. 35-49. A brief account of the work of Leonard Kamungu at Msoro in Zambia. KI
Weller, John C., The Priest From the Lakeside: the Story of Leonard Kamungu of Malawi and Zambia 1877-1913, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1971, 69pp. Kamungu was an early Malawian missionary who served in Malawi and Zambia until his untimely death in 1913. His memory has been long revered in the Anglican community. MAL BX 5700.4 .M3 K358 UOM-CCL
Wilson, G.H., The History of the Universities Mis sion to Central Africa, London: Universities Mission to Central Africa, 1936, 278pp. A history of the UMCA from its inception in 1857 up to 1935. BV 3520 WIL
Winspear, F.C., "A Short History of the Universities Mission", Nyasaland Journal, Vol. 9/1 (1956), pp. 11-50. An outline of the history from the time of Livingstone up to the UMCA centenary in 1957.
Winspear, F.C., "Some Reminiscences of Nyasaland", Nyasaland Journal, Vol. 13/2 (1960), pp. 49-58. A study of the evangelistic and pastoral work carried out by the clergy whose headquarters were on the S.S. Chauncy Maples. AL DT 3161 NYA