Sudan's Blood Memory: The Legacy of War, Ethnicity, and Slavery in Early South Sudan

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University Rochester Press, 2004 - History - 277 pages
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A history of Southern Sudan, from pre-colonial times to the present.
 

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Paul Mabor Aliab was my father,he died in 1996 i would like to read this book..i was only 6 1/2 but now am 30 turning 31.. I want to know what he did for his country.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Geography and Brief History of Sudan
9
The Changing Nilotic Frontier
15
The EthnoHistorical Formation of Southern Sudan
27
Slave Raids Wars and Migrations
29
The Padang
43
The Bor
54
The Southern Bahr elGhazal
64
Totemic Religion
98
Human Sacrifice Virgins and River Spirits
108
Priests Politics and Land
124
Ethnic Expansion by Marriage
134
Sovereign Nations within the Dinka
143
EighteenthCentury Slavers and Traders
153
Dinka Nuer Atwot and Anyuak
164
Politics and Stratification among Stateless Peoples
175

The Northern Bahr elGhazal 79 2
79
The Ascendancy of the Dinka in Southern Sudan
89
Grain Cattle and Economic Power
91
Summary and History
185
Legacy of the Precolonial Era
198
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Stephanie Beswick is a professor of history at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

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