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Africans learn to be French; a review of educational activities in the seven federated colonies of French West Africa, based upon a tour of French West Africa and Algiers undertaken in 1935, by W. Bryant Mumford. In consultation with G. St. J. Orde-Brown

; Orde-Browne, Granville St. John, Sir, 1883-1947 ; University of London. Institute of Education
New York, Negro Universities Press [1970, 1937] .
ISBN 0837136148

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American
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E441 .N4 v.519 Available Request
UDC
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LA1661 .M8 1970 Available Request
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LA1661 .M8 1970 Available Request
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LA1661 .M8 1970 Available Request
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A M966.1 M91a Available Request
Other Authors Orde-Browne, Granville St. John, 1883-1947.
University of London. Institute of Education.
Subjects Africa, French-speaking West -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Education -- Africa, French West.
Education -- Africa, French-speaking West.
France -- Colonies -- Africa, West.
France -- Colonies -- Education.
Description 173 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1970, 1937]
Geographic Area Africa, West
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00092722
(OCoLC)92722
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Mumford, William Bryant, 1900-1951.
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