Encyclopedia of World Cultures, Volume 4
G.K. Hall, 1992 - Africa - 447 pages
A basic reference source to the cultures of the world. Provides descriptions of all the cultures of each region of the world or of a representative sample of cultures for regions where full coverage is impossible, as well as accurate descriptions of cultures of the past.
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