Plantation and Village in the Cameroons: Some Economic and Social Studies
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1960 - Agricultural laborers - 435 pages
Inspecting an empty, partially wooded lot before selling it, Harry finds it occupied by birds, insects, and other small animals.
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THE BACKGROUND TO PLANTATION EMPLOY
THE TRIBAL BACKGROUND
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Aghem amount Appendix area of origin average Bafut Bakolle Bakweri Balong Bamboko Bamenda Division Bamenda Plateau Bamileke banana Banyang Bonjongo Bota bought bride-price Buea Cameroons Development Corporation cent Chapter clothes coast cocoyams Corporation's crops debts Division workers Duala earnings Ekona Elders and Fyffes employed employees employment estates expenditure farms figures French Cameroons Fungom German grades Ibibio immigrants income indigenous interviewed Isubu Keaka Kumba Division labour force land less Likomba living males Mamfe Division marriage married Menemo migration Mongo month Monthly native areas Nigerians Nkambe Division occupation paid palm oil palm wine period plantains plantation area plantations population proportion random sample reasons relatives settlements Southern Cameroons Special Labour spells supply TABLE tend territory Tiko tion Total trading tribal unskilled Victoria Division Village Group wages whole wife wives women Wovea Wum Division