Social Stratification in Tribal Africa.

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Social Stratification of the Bamileke. Whichis a comprehensive, artificially created name for the numerous tribes inhabiting the Western part of the Western Cameroons. During the period of colonial occupation this designation became official. It denotes small tribes on whose origin the opinions differ. The Bamileke represent a strongly mixed population, THe oldest group is considered to be the Baleng whose arrival in the region is placed approximately at the beginning of the 18th century.This is a constuction of social grades amongst an ancient people.Very interesting.

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A pamplete which is an extract taken from a much larger work. Printed covers in protected vinal sheet stapled binding ,size 9×7 pp40inc short bibliography, clean text throughout , spine protected with a slide-on plastic cover.Nice and neat and usefull for what it is.A very interesting anthropological item, very good to fine in all aspects.

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