- Author:Jeffrey Fadiman
- Publisher:Ohio University Press; First Edition edition (1982)
- Pages:185 pages
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This is the history of the Meru people of Mount Kenya, based on their own traditions, from the earliest times through . Jeffrey Fadiman gathered them in interviews with more than 100 of the Meru's oldest men and women.
This is the history of the Meru people of Mount Kenya, based on their own traditions, from the earliest times through the colonial period. Many of these tales have been ritually passed down through no fewer than nineteen generations; others were remembered by those personally involved. The traditions touch on every era of the Meru past. They include narrations, songs, chants, and riddles.
by Jeffrey A. Fadiman. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780821406328.
the Meru of Mt. Kenya. Published 1982 by Ohio University Press in Athens Places. Published 1982 by Ohio University Press in Athens. History, Meru (African people), Social life and customs, Warfare, Military art and science. Bibliography: p. 173-185.
The Journal of African History. By Jeffrey A. Fadiman Athens: Ohio University Press, 1982. Pp. 185. £1. 0 (£. 0 paperback). Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 January 2009.
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Kenya University have established their satellite campuses in the area, making the Greater Meru a key education hub . Fadiman, Jeffrey A. (1993) When We Began, There Were Witchmen: An Oral History from Mount Kenya. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Kenya University have established their satellite campuses in the area, making the Greater Meru a key education hub in Kenya. The Ameru are primarily agrarian, growing a variety of crops and keeping livestock. The Greater Meru is endowed with soils and climatic conditions that allow for the production of a variety of commodities including wheat, barley, potatoes, millet, sorghum and maize. Retracing The Footsteps of Ameru and Their sub-tribal differences.
An Oral History of Tribal Warfare: The Meru of Mt. Kenya (30. 899 Fadiman) Fardon, Richard. In the 900s we have a series of books that may be prove helpful as well as interesting: Culture and Customs of Africa: Abdullahi, Mohamed. Raiders & Refugees: Trends in Chamba Political Development, 1750-1950 (30. 899 FARDON) Fernea, Elizabeth. Guests of the Sheik: An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village (30. 956 FERNEA) Fitzhugh, William. Inua: Spirit World of the Bering Sea Eskimo (30. 899 FITZHUG) Foley, Neil. Culture and Customs of Somalia (96. 3 ABDULLA) Asante, Molefi. Culture and Customs of Egypt (962 ASANTE) Falola, Toyin.