Family Identity and the State in the Bamako Kafu, C.1800-C.1900

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Adam M. G. "Légendes historiques du pays de Nioro." Revue Coloniale, 1903, pp. 81-98, 232-248, 354-372, 485-496, 602-620, 734-744; 1904, pp. 117-124, 232-248; republished as a brochure (Paris Challamel, 1904), 123 pp.

Amselle Jean-Loup. "Les Réseaux marchands kooroko." African Urban Notes, vol. 5, no. 2 ( 1970): 143-158.

Amselle Jean-Loup. "Qu'est-ce qu' un kafo ou jamana? Le cas du Gwanan ou les faux archaïsmes de l'histoire africaine." Cahiers de l'Office de Recherche Scientifique et Technique Outre-Mer (ORSTROM), sér. Sciences humaines, vol. 21, no. 1 ( 1985): 43-56.

Amselle Jean-Loup. "L'Ethnicité comme volonté et comme représentation: A propos des Peul du Wasolon." Annales; Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations (AESC), vol. 42, no. 2 ( 1987): 465-489.

Amselle Jean-Loup. "Un État contre l'état: Le Keleyadugu." CEA, vol. 28, ( 1988): 463-483.

Amselle Jean-Loup, Z. Dunbya, A. Kuyaté, and M. Taburé. "Littérature orale et idéologie: Les gestes de Jakite Sabashi du Ganan (Wasolon, Mali)." CEA, vol. 19, ( 1979): 381-433.

Anonymous, "Chronique historique de la ville de Bamako." Translated from Arabic by Mallick Yattara, EM, no. 20 ( Jan. 1977): 62-66.

Appia Béatrice. "Les Forgerons du Fouta-Djallon." JSA, vol. 35 ( 1965): 317-352.

Ardouin Claude Daniel. "Une Formation politique précoloniale du Sahel occidental malien: Le Baakhunu à l'époque des Kaagoro." CEA, vol. 28 ( 1988): 443-461.

Arnaud R. "L'Islam et la politique musulmane française en Afrique occidentale française, suivi de la singulière légende des Soninké," tirage à part du Comité de l'Afrique française ( Paris, 1911), pp. 150-151, 155. In 1912, BCAFRC reprinted the first part of Arnaud work, "L'Islam et la politique musulmane française en AOF," in its supplement, Renseignements Coloniaux ( 1912), pp. 2-30, 115-127, 142-154, but not the "Singulère légende." The tirage à part is rare. Arnaud's informant for the legend was a Muslim of the Bathily lineage.

Arnaud R. "La Singulière légende des Soninké: Traditions orales sur le royaume de Koumbi et sur divers autres royaumes soudanais," in R. Arnaud, L'Islam et la politique musulmane française en Afrique occidentale française. Paris, 1911, pp. 144-185.

Balandier Georges. "L'Or de la Guinée française." Présence Africaine, no. 4 ( 1948): 539-548.

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