Our new husbands are here households, gender, and politics in a West African state from the slave trade to colonial rule
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Our new husbands are here [electronic resource] : households, gender, and politics in a West African state from the slave trade to colonial rule / Emily Lynn Osborn.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction : households, gender, and politics in West African history
- Origins : the founding of Baté, 1650/1750
- Growth : warfare and exile, commerce and expansion, 1750/1850
- Conflict : warfare and captivity, 1850/81
- Occupation : Samori Touré and Baté, 1881/91
- Conquest : warfare, marriage, and French statecraft
- Colonization : households and the French occupation
- Separate spheres? : colonialism in practice
- Conclusion : making states in the Milo River Valley, 1650/1910.