The Tribal Confusion Around Wau.


Every large government post in the Southern Sudan gathers unto itself in the course of time, specimens of every known tribe within a radious of 100 miles or so. But Wau has the doubtfull advantage over other posts as being established in a part of the country allready inhabited by a cluster of small tribes, with the addition of foriegn invasion and intertribal war to add to the confusion. The government is now attempting to sort out this mixture and restore its component parts before its to late,and it is with a view to assisting those iterested in the experiment that this tentative article is writen.



Original card covers, somewhat faded and marked,but not in anyway detremental. This is an extract taken from the Journal of Sudan Notes and Records Voll xiv,part 1 1031.Size 9×6 pp 14 inc map.Stapled binding strong and intact. Textblock clean throughout, no foxing or staining just slightly bround with its age A good copy.


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