Bororos: Cattle Herdsmen of Niger.


This is an extract taken from the National Geographic Magazine of Washington,D.C. 1971.It is a brief section of history of the Bororos People of Niger,cattle herders of central Africa.Here the veteran journalist Victor Englebert, marches through the desert with the Tuareg,and reports on their sub-saharan neighbours–,and rivals.



Printed card covers,with thick plastic face protector.Stapled binding,protected by slide-on black plastic sleeve.Size 10×7 pp 23 inc many coloured small map to pictorial prelims.Internaly and externaly in fine condition for what it is a simple and cheaply produced item of social anthropological interest.Nice and clean throughout.


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