Some Nigerian Fertility Cults.

£18.00

The outbreak of war seemed a favourable opportunity for the discontented natives to throw of the restraints imposed by government and to return to their old customs,and disturbances occured in various parts of Nigeria.Here in this volume the author,assisted by his first wife delves into the secet world of these old native customs .The facts collected here are almost exclusively such as came to the authors notice in the course of the ordinary administrative work in Degama Divsion,to which he was posted in June 1914.

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There are two volumes of this book in the library,both h/b,the boards of the best copy are nice and clean,the other,cheaper vol,the boards are of a different binder,that has used a blind-stamp margin as decoration,edge worn and rubbed,it is a library copy with all the usual labels and card holders,and numbers,sizes 9×6 pp 11+140 inc,index,plates,sketches in text,with portraite as frontispiece.both with deckled edges,hinges to both strong, binding firm,no foxing,a little staining to both mainly in prelims,both nice and clean internaly,both good copies even the library copy is quite passable,and priced accordingly.

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