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0841902054
Author:
Carlos Estermann
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English
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Africana Pub (June 1, 1978)
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249 pages
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Volume 2: "The Nyaneka-Nkumbi Ethnic Group": ix, 228 pages . Items related to THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF SOUTHWESTERN ANGOLA. On line booksellers of tribal art books dealing with the material culture of the peoples of the Americas, Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Arctic.

Volume 2: "The Nyaneka-Nkumbi Ethnic Group": ix, 228 pages, photographs 146-296, 4 pages of maps. Cloth cover, mint condition, in dust jacket. First published in Portugese in 1956, it has been called, . classic study of a region and its peoples heretofor poorly documented". Home Estermann, C. THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF SOUTHWESTERN ANGOLA. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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Discussion: The view from southwestern Angola offers a new perspective on the populating history of southern Africa and the Bantu expansions by showing that social stratification and different subsistence patterns are not always indicative of remnant groups, but may reflect Bantu-internal.

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The following year it was occupied by the People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN), military wing of the South West African People's Organization. PLAN subsequently adopted Cassinga as a staging point for insurgent raids on South-West Africa, about 250 kilometres to the south. The post-colonial development in Angola has seen the establishment of two universities in Lubango (the state Universidade Mandume, named after a leader of the Ovambo in the fight against the occupation by the Portuguese, as well as a campus of the Universidade Privada de Angola.

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