THE TAILED HEAD-HUNTERS OF NIGERIA; An Account of an Official's Seven Years' Experiences in the Northern Nigerian Pagan Belt, and a Description of the Manners, Habits, and Customs of the Native Tribes. Tremearne Major A. J. N.

THE TAILED HEAD-HUNTERS OF NIGERIA; An Account of an Official's Seven Years' Experiences in the Northern Nigerian Pagan Belt, and a Description of the Manners, Habits, and Customs of the Native Tribes.

Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd. 1912 London, 1st edn, 342pp, thirty-eight b/w photos, and map. A RARE copy in very good plus condition with a JACKET. The jacket is 80% complete but has missing sections on the spine. And ripps and pices missing along back pannel. Find this book in jacket is very difficult. Item #004963

Major Tremearne was an Australian-born anthropologist who held several military and civil appointments in West Africa. In the foreword he writes that one aim of this book is "to show how much the uncivilized natives of Northern Nigeria resemble some other aboriginal races, possibly even our own ancestors and, incidentally, to prove that they are by no means as black in many ways as they are painted."

Price: $325.00

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