Among the Primitive Bakongo (Hardcover)
John H Weeks spent thirty years living among the Bakongo tribe in Africa, and this book is his account of the experience. It offers a detailed look into the lives, traditions, and beliefs of the Bakongo people, as well as their relationship with neighboring tribes. The book is a fascinating chronicle of a bygone era and provides valuable insight into the intersection of African and European cultures in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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