Tracing the development of Africa's peoples from their origins over four million years ago to the onset of the colonial era in the late nineteenth century, James Newman discusses the roles played by language, technology, occupation, and religion in forming identities and how population distribution has been shaped by varying natural and human circumstances.
Yale University Press, 1995. ISBN: 9780300060034. 235 pp.Hardcover. Fine in a fine jacket.
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