Notes on the (“Tivi”)Tribe of Northern Nigeria.

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A small pamphlet of notes on the Munshi tribe of Northern Nigeria.This is the name given to these people by the Europeans and Hausas to a large and powerful pagan tribe inhabiting the south bank of the Benue River,between the Katsina Ala River on the east and the Nigerian Eastern Railway on the west.To the student of native history this is an interesting little piece giving some historical outlines on a very obscure people,this type of material is becoming very difficult to find.

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Printed card covers,protected on the face by a thick sheet of plastic.Stapled binding protected by a slide-on plastic sleeve.Size 8×6 pp 9,no plates text only.Once again a simple piece put together cheaply.All in nice clean condition

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