"This major new study looks at an African town through 150 years, from the mid-nineteenth century when it was a small city state. The focus is the lives and changing fortunes of the Geledi people who inhabit the banks of the Shabelle River at Afgooye in southern Somalia.
Viginia Luling is an anthroplogist and independent researcher. She works with Survival, a worldwide organization supporting tribal peoples."
Introduction by I.M.Lewis.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 960-0041|
|Publisher: Haan Associates|
|Place of Publication: London, UK|
|Year of Publication: 2001|
|Size: 6 x 9.25 inches, portrait|
|Length: 304 pages|