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WILSON-HAFFENDEN, CAPTAIN J.R. - The Red Men of Nigeria. An account of a lengthy residence among the Fulani, or Red Men, & other pagan tribes of Central Nigeria, with a description of their headhunting, pastoral & other customs, habits & religion

London, Seeley, Service & Co., 1930. Hardcover. 318 pp. Black & White images. Conditie: Good, Gilt letters on binding. Binding partially faded.. Contents: I.Nigeria II.From Lagos to Bornu III.To Daroro IV.In closed country V.The way of the land Canoe VI.Keffi VII.A Hausa Emirate VIII.The Fulani & their Cattle IX.Marriage & Family Conventions X.Associations & Festivals XI.Social Ceremonies XII.The Kwottos, Igaras & Jukuns XIII.Totems & Wer-Wolves XIV.Animal Propitiation Rites XV.Hunting, Fishing & Food Taboos XVI.Witch-doctors & Medicine-men XVII.Love-potions, Charms & Black Magic XVIII.Headhunting, Human Sacrifice & War Shrines XIX.Trial by Fetish & Ordeal XX.Birth Ceremonies XXI.Child-naming XXII.Education & Courtship XXIII.Wedding Rites & Domestic Life XXIV.Death, Burial & Eschatological beliefs XXV.Mourning & Resurrection Ceremonies Index.
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