African Women. A Study of the Ibo of Nigeria.


The Ibo tribe which occupies a region in the southeast of Nigeria is estimated to number some three million souls,and with their affinities have ever been assessed at nearly double that number.The general aim of this book is to investegate the importance of accurate knowledge concerning women’s rights and responsibilities in primitive comunities and special importance of such knowledge in dealing with the Ibo.



H/b in somewhat shelf-worn boards,corners bumped,and generaly dull.Size 9×6 pp 367 inc,index,glossary,plates,plus frontispiece, two f/o maps in the back,Hinges strong,Binding good,internaly clean throughout,some staining to prelims,with some quite heavy foxing and browning mainly in prelims.also on outer edges visible when closed.Guilt to spine.A book that is showing its age in many ways,but a good copy.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “African Women. A Study of the Ibo of Nigeria.”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *