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Three Nigerian Emirates: A Study in Oral History
by Victor N. Low
Northwestern University Press, 1972
Paper: 978-0-8101-3852-0

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Three Nigerian Emirates: A Study in Oral History is a widely held study on a scarcely examined region of Nigeria. Victor N. Low presents a detailed account of the leaders, people, and culture of the Hadejia, Katagum, and Gombe regions documented in a transcribed oral history. This work presents a valuable portrait of societies where the tradition of memory and oral history are the only means of remembering the past.
 

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