Sudanese kingdom an ethnographical study of the Jukun-speaking peoples of Nigeria by Charles Kingsley Meek

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  • Nigeria.


  • Jukun (African people),
  • Ethnology -- Nigeria.

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Statementby C.K. Meek ... with introduction by H.R. Palmer ... With 2 maps and 147 illustrations.
LC ClassificationsDT515 .M43
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiii, [1], 548 p.
Number of Pages548
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6759523M
LC Control Number31015901

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