The Red Men of Nigeria: an account of a lengthy residence among the Fulani or "Red Men," and other pagan tribes of Central Nigeria, with a description of their head-hunting, pastoral and other customs, habits and religion [by] J.R. Wilson-Haffenden.


1st ed., new impression.. London, Cass, 1967.

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Subjects Ethnology -- Nigeria.
Fula (African people)
Nigeria -- Description and travel.
Series Cass Library of African studies. General studies, no. 38.
Description 318 p. front., 16 plates (incl. map)
Notes Reprint of the 1930 ed.
Bibliographical references.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00187619
(OCoLC)187619
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