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Faith, fancies, and fetich; or, Yoruba paganism; being some account of the religious beliefs of the West African Negroes, particularly of the Yoruba tribes of Southern Nigeria, by Stephen S. Farrow. With a foreword by R. R. Marett
Bib ID 2621401
Format BookBook
Author
Farrow, Stephen S. (Stephen Septimus)
 
Description New York, Negro Universities Press [1969] 
xi, 180 p. illus. 23 cm. 
ISBN 0837127599
Notes

"Yoruba Christian lyrics" (with melodies): p. 170-173.

Reprint of the 1926 ed.

Bibliography: p. 9-11.

Subjects Yoruba (African people)  |  Yoruba (African people) -- Folklore.  |  Fetishism.  |  Folklore -- Nigeria.

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