Click to read more about Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa by Mary F Smith.Baba of Karo: a Woman of the Muslim Hausa Smith, Mary Felice, 1964.New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1981. WEBSITES. World Travel Guide.LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.
Mary F. Smith, Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa,. partly compiled from an oral account given by Baba (1877-1951), the daughter of a Hausa farmer and.
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Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa First published in 1954 and now reissued with a new foreword by Hilda Kuper, this autobiography of a shrewd,.Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa. studies and a uniquely valuable account of a Muslim society in.Baba of Karo by Baba of Karo, 1965, Faber and Faber edition, in English - Educational ed. Baba of Karo a woman of the Muslim Hausa Educational ed.
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