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socio-economic study of three villages in the Sokoto close-settled zone.
A. D. Goddard
by Ahmadu Bello University. Institute for Agricultural Research in Zaria
Written in English
|Series||Samaru miscellaneous papers -- 33|
|Contributions||Fine, J. C., Norman, David W.|
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STUDY AREA The study area is the central Sokoto Close-Settled Zone, comprising the Sokoto town and its immediate hinterlands, covering a territorial extentof squarekilometres. It extends to about kilometresfrom North to South and about 50 kilometresfrom East to West of the capital city of Sokoto.
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Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria. (With Goddard, A.D. and J.C. Fine). "A socio-economic study of three villages in the Sokoto close-settled zone. Part 2. Maps. This book is at once an examination of the socio-economic life of a small Hausa village and a study of the way of life of the rural Hausa generally.
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Author: A. Goddard ISBN: IND Genre. 1 For two valuable histories, see D. Last, The Sokoto Caliphate (London, I), and H. Johnston, The Fulani Empire of Sokoto (Oxford, ). Unfortunately, some praise-worthy research by A. Goddard, J. Fine and D. Norman, 'A Socio-Economic Study of Three Villages in the Sokoto Close Settled Zone', Zaria, I97I, is not yet widely.
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