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Thika

This was the location of the family's five hundred acre farm.

Blue Posts

The way station was where the family stopped on the way to their new farm.

Chania River

The body of water near the Blue Posts.

Toto

This African word means child.

Bad Hat

This was the nickname given to the author's father by the natives.

Kavirondo

These natives were reputed to eat the meat of human corpses.

Saifu

These insects invaded in torrents and were kept out of the huts by ashes.

Londiani

This was where a settler left to join the military and abandon a young child.

Nairobi

This was where the family goes for supplies.

Europe

This was where the author's family was from.

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