3 edition of A tribal survey of Mongalla Province found in the catalog.
A tribal survey of Mongalla Province
Leonard Fielding Nalder
by Pub. for the International Institute of African Languages and Cultures by the Oxford University Press in London, New York [etc.]
Written in English
|Statement||by members of the province staff and Church Missionary Society; edited by L.F. Nalder.|
|Contributions||International African Institute.|
|LC Classifications||DT135.M6 N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 232 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||38000334|
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Originally published inthis book describes and compares the tribes of the Mongalla Province in what is now South Sudan. In the second part of the book some 27 individual tribes are discussed in detail, and topics such as linguistics, culture, tribal structure, religious beliefs, crime and punishment, marriage, birth, burial and economic and agricultural life are also by: 6.
Tribal survey of Mongalla Province. London, New York [etc.] Pub. for the International Institute of African Languages and Cultures by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Fielding Nalder; International Institute of.
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NALDER] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. VERY SCARCE 1ST EDITION. Get this from a library. A tribal survey of Mongalla province by members of the province staff and Church Missionary Society. [Leonard Fielding Nalder; Church Missionary Society.]. Mongalla or Mangalla is a community in Jubek State in South Sudan, on the east side of the Bahr al Jebel or White Nile river.
It lies about 75 km by road northeast of towns of Terekeka and Bor lie downstream, north of Mongalla. During the colonial era, Mongalla was capital of Mongalla Province, which reached south to Uganda and east towards y: South Sudan.
New York: Negro University Press, Second edition. Cloth bound in very good condition. Item # ISBN: pages. A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province by Members of the Province Staff and the Church Missionary Society.
Nalder, L.F. Document type: Book Author: L.F. Nalder. A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province. NALDER (ed.). ( pp., map. 15s.
Lon- don: International Institute of African Languages and Cultures, Oxford University Press, ) The introduction reviews the work of Dr C. Seligman and his wife whose minor studies were incorporated in a large volume entitled Pagan Tribes of the Nilot-Author: Wilfrid Dyson Hambly.
The tribe's interest in conducting a tribal survey was a direct outgrowth of its prior work to develop an accurate profile of its workforce. The Nez Perce tribe conducted its own labor force survey in This was followed by further surveys in andthe last assisted byFile Size: KB.
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L.F. Nalder A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province. J Orde-Browne The African Labourer. David Parkin Town and Country in Central and Eastern Africa. Pauw Religion in a Tswana Chiefdom. Arthur Phillips Survey of African Marriage and Family Life. Valdo Pons Stanleyville. Edited by Michael S.
Sadler Arts of West. Bibliography of africa Count: Bridewealth Project Africa Bibliography "L'option de la voie juridique". Conflits portant sur le mariage, le divorce et les rapports sexuels en dehors du mariage dans les tribunaux coloniaux de Libreville, Gabon Kiewiet's book is a notable contribution to their proper understanding.
A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province. By Members of the Province Staff and of the Church Missionary Society.
Edited by L. Nalder, International Institute of African Languages and Cultures. (Oxford University Press, 15s.). Moru is an ethnic group of South of them live in speak Moru, a Central Sudanic members of this ethnicity are Christians, most being members of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS).
The Pioneer missionary in the area was Dr Kenneth Grant Fraser of the Church Missionary Society (CMS). The population of this ethnicity possibly does not exceedA Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province By Members of the Province Staff and Church Missionary Society ; edited by L.
Nalder Negro Universities Press New York / Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall Reprinted from the original edition of Hardback without dust jacket. Original brown cloth.
Ethnicity and Race in Modern Sudan. In book: The First Sudanese Civil War, pp Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province by Members of the Province Staff and Church Missionary Society.
Group of books about the history of Africa, many published by Negro University Press. A Geographical Historie of Africa; An Essay on Colonization Particularly Applied to The Western Coast of Africa; A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province; A Slaver's Log Book or 20 Years' Residence in Africa; A Complete History of Algiers; The Basutos; Monomotapa; A Journey to Central Africa; Western World Vol.
The Baka referred to by Evans-Pritchard are the Central Sudanic group, not the Baka Pygmies of Congo and elsewhere. They are linguistically related to the Bongo and Moru Kodo, and inhabit areas of the Meridi and Yei districts (L.F.
Nalder ed.,A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province, p. ) Rachael Sparks 25/9/. Title: A Tribal Survey of Mongalla Province by Members of the Province Staff and the Church Missionary Society Author: Nalder, L.F.
Date: Title: The Tribes of Northern and Central Kordofán Author: MacMichael, H.A. Date: A tribal survey of Mongalla Province by members of the province staff and church missionary society. Nalder, L. F., editor. () The gentle savage; a Sudanese journey in the Province of Bahr-el-Ghazal, commonly called "The Bog.
Wyndham, Richard. () Life in the Soudan: Adventures Amongst the Tribes, and Travels in Egypt, in and Book Reviews. The Nature of Human Nature and Other Essays in Social Psychology.
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