Kenya was first known by the British Empire as the East Africa Protectorate. The Blue Books from 1901 until 1916 all refer to it by this name. Alleged delays at the printers led to a gap in publication from 1917 until 1925. When the statistics were next published, in 1926, the country's name had changed to Kenya. These statistics tell the history of Kenya through its population data, accounts and lists of the colony's officers. Details of its trading partners and social services are also in these records. These books each have a contents page at the front so that you can see if the data set you need is in that Blue Book.