Fulani: (Cameroon, Mali, Nigeria)
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 בדצמ׳ 1995 - 64 עמודים
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Fifty-six newly released titles that provide a fascinating portrait of the many peoples that inhabit Africa. These books have natural curriculum tie-ins with multiculturalism, geography, and social studies.
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History and Traditions
Worldview Religion and Rituals
Adamawa Alfa Ba attend market basic Bauchi Bororo Bororo or Cattle British Caliph Cameroon camp leader cavalry centuries clan communities component of pulaaku cultural dance Denianke dress elders eldest empire-building ensure family and herd family unit flogging Fouta Jalon Fouta Toro French Fulani Empire Fulani holy Fulani women Fulbe Fulfulde Gambia Gambia ail gerewol Gobir hair Hausa kingdom holy men Muslim household heads ISLAMIC DOMINANCE jihad Katsina lamic language Macina Mali marriage migrated military modesty and reserve Muslim Fulani naming ceremony Niger Nigeria nomadic Fulani non-Islamic Fulani origin Oxford University Press partially settled pastoral Fulani pastoralists Patience and fortitude plaits political rite roles rulers Senegal Senegambia seniority settled Fulani sharo shelter social Sokoto theu Tibati tion Toro in Senegambia Toroobe or Town Town Fulani traditional transhumance Usuman Dan Fodio various water spirit West Africa wives Wolof woman Yola young youths Yunfa Zubeiru