The Mende of Sierra Leone: a West African people in transition, by Kenneth Little.


Rev. ed.. London : Routledge and K. Paul; 1967.

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DT 516 .L5 1967 Available Request
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Subjects Mende (African people)
Series International Library of Sociology and Social Reconstruction.
Description [4] 308 pages : plates, maps ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 292-295).
Contents Traditional culture and warfare -- Post-mortem on the Mende rising -- Modern Mendeland and its people -- Rice-farming and land tenure -- Social organization and kinship -- The social cycle and initiation -- Marriage and "friendship" -- The position of women -- The chief and his chiefdom -- Modern methods of government -- Religion and medicine -- Cultural role of the Poro and other societies -- The modern social trend.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)359801
(OCoLC)ocm00359801
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WorldCat Identities Little, Kenneth Lindsay.
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