4 edition of classification of folktales of the northern East African cattle area by types found in the catalog.
classification of folktales of the northern East African cattle area by types
|Statement||Erastus Ojo Arewa.|
|Series||Folklore of the world, Folklore of the world (New York)|
|LC Classifications||GR355.6 .A73 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||80000724|
Excerpt from the book “The indigenous cattle of the British Dependent Territories in Africa”. Colonial Advisory Council of Agriculture Animal Health and Forestry. Publication No Pages 32 to Published OTHER NAMES USED East African Shorthorn Zebu; Toposa cattle; Galla cattle. With a deep history of pastoralism, many Somalis continue to rely on goat, sheep, camel, and cattle herding for their subsistence. Broadly Northern East African. Northeast Africa, which here spans from Sudan in the northwest to Ethiopia and Somalia in the southeast, is home to both Afro-Asiatic and Nilo-Saharan ethnolinguistic groups.
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Genre/Form: Classification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arewa, Ojo. Classification of folktales of the northern East African cattle area by types. A Motif-Index of the Folktales of Culture Area V, West Africa, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms. Indiana University, Bloomington PhD thesis [Google Scholar]), Arewa ( Arewa, E.
Ojo. A Classification of Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types, New York: Arno. [Google Scholar] ), Lambrecht ( Lambrecht Cited by: 2.
“ A Classification of the Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types.” Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Unpublished Ph.D. Cited by: Central Africa (); and Arewa's Classification of the Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types (, ). Lee Haring's Malagasy Tale Index is the latest addition.
A Classification of Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types (Hardcover) / Author: Ojo Arewa ; ; Folklore, Customs & folklore, Social institutions, Sociology, social studies, Social sciences, Books. Part of the African Histories and Modernities book series (AHAM) Abstract.
In the study of folktales three characteristics strike the eye: the comparative attitude, the encyclopedic thrust in collecting and cataloguing, and a nostalgic notion of culture loss. A classification of the folktales of the northern East African cattle area by.
African stories sometimes include trickster animals and spirits. The collection of folktales from Africa consists of four books with 88 stories: 28 South African folktales, 40 Nigerian folktales and 10 Tanzanian folktales.
A classification of the folktales of the Northern East African cattle area by types. New York, Arno, viii, p., map, bibl. (Folklore of the World). ISBN * Kanuri Text Resources and the Organization of ‘A Reference Book of Kanuri Oral Narratives’ E. O., / A Classification of Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types.
Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley (). Klipple, M. A., / African Folktales with Foreign Analogues. Thesis. river on the west, Lake Nyasa on the east and the border with Portu-guese East Africa on the south.
The northern border of the type area extends into the Northern Province of Northern Rhodesia. The altitude varies from 2, to 5, feet above sea level. The main soil types are sandy and sandy loams. Climate.
The types of International Folktales - A classification and bibliography The book results from the author's life-long involvement with the Kapsiki/Higi and thus offers a diachronic perspective. A Classification of Folktales of the Northern East African Cattle Area by Types.
Klipple, May A. African Tales with Foreign Analogues. 22 The Motif-Index reports this motif from Jewish, and S. Northern East African Cattle Area by Types," Diss. University of California, ; Kenneth Wendell Clarke, "A Motif Index of the Folk-Tales of Culture Area V, West Africa," Diss.
Indiana University, ; Helen L. Flowers, "Classification of Folktales of the West Indies by Types. Cattle have been known in northern East Africa for a long time. A single people initiated the spread of cattle farther south through southern East Africa, and partly into southern Africa, at a time prior to the expansion of Bantu-speakers into these regions.
This spread was not. the Hottentot in the East African cattle area would be unjustified. The Hottentot present many perplexing questions of distribution, which are problems in themselves, and into which it is impossible to inquire in this essay.
They have numerous cattle, which are of the utmost im. Overall, cattle population density is highest in the East African highlands compared to other regions, a legacy of the history of cattle introduction and human migration on the African continent (Figure 1).The two waves of Bos indicus migration led to a dominance of zebu type cattle among the East African indigenous cattle, thus replacing nearly, if not all, East African Bos taurus cattle.
Present-day African cattle populations can be classified into four broad categories: the humpless Bos taurus; the humped Bos indicus (zebu), distributed widely in Africa; B.
taurus x B. indicus derivatives (sanga), found mainly in eastern and southern Africa; and sanga x zebu types, such as the Fogera and Horro of Ethiopia and the Nganda of Uganda.
Table 6. Cattle types and systems of production in Nigeria 54 Table 7. Cattle production systems 54 Figures Figure 1. Densities of cattle by ecozone 15 Figure 2. Contribution of Zebu breeds to Nigerian National Herd 16 Maps Map 1.
Nigeria, showing principal places mentioned in the text 9 Map 2. Vegetation and ecoclimatic zones of Nigeria 13 Map 3. My book was an African folktale, In African folktales, there are many diverse types of animals specific to each culture, demonstrating such virtues as generosity, tolerance, honesty and many.
The Cattle Boom started mainly with the Texas longhorn which was the time when Spanish settlers in the s brought their cattle to California and Texas. Later, the cattle were mixed with English breeds and created the Texas longhorn.
These types of cattle were very tough and had horns up to five feet across. A Classification of Folktales of Northern East African Cattle Area by Types.
Unpubl. Doctoral Dissertation. Berkeley. Univ. of California. Bascom, W. R. The Forms of Folklore: Prose Narratives. Journal of American Folklore 78/ Berger, Paul /33 Konde Texte.
Zeitschrift für Eingeborenen-Sprachen Lademann, Gabhard.The wildebeest (/ ˈ w ɪ l d ɪ b iː s t / WIL-dih-beest, / ˈ v ɪ l-/ VIL- plural wildebeest or wildebeests), also called the gnu (/ nj uː / NEW or / n uː / NOO), is an antelope in the genus belongs to the family Bovidae, which includes antelopes, cattle, goats, sheep, and other even-toed horned ungulates.
Connochaetes includes two species, both native to Africa: the.Kenya is a home to a wide range of cattle genotypes. Within the East and Central Africa region, Kenya has the highest number of exotic dairy cattle. As for indigenous breeds, Kenya also ranks high with Ethiopia and Sudan topping the list of African countries with the highest population of indigenous cattle .