Katab : FF38.

Katab is the collective term for a cluster of ethnic groups living in north-central Nigeria, as well as the name of a single subgroup. Other subgroups include the Ataka, Ikulu, Jaba, Kachichere, Kagoma, Kagoro, Kaje, Kamantan, Katab and Morwa. This is a collection of 9 documents. An early government...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Bonat, Zwa'awhu Kalli Abungwon., Cole, C. W., McKinney, Carol Virginia., Meek, C. K. 1885-1965., Skoggard, Ian A., 1953-, Smith, M. G., Temple, O. 1880-1936.
Format: eBook
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2015-
Series:EHRAF World Cultures. Africa.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Aspects of the economic and social history of the Atyab (Katab) c. 1800-1960 A.D. / Zuwaqhu A. Bonat
  • Report on land tenure Zaria Province / C.W. Cole
  • A linguistic shift in Kaje, Kagoro, and Katab kinship terminology / Carol Virginia McKinney
  • Tribal studies in northern Nigeria / C.K. Meek
  • Culture Summary, Katab / Ian Skoggard
  • Cosmology, practice, and social organization among the Kadara and Kagoro ; Kagoro political development ; Secondary marriage in northern Nigeria / M.G. Smith
  • Notes on the tribes, provinces, emirates and states of the northern provinces of Nigeria compiled from official reports by O. Temple / Compiled from official reports by O. Temple ; edited by C.L. Temple ; Authorities: Mr. D. Cater, Mr. Y. Kirkpatrick, Mr. H.F. Matthews.