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by Nicolas Argenti
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Publisher: British Museum Press (October 11, 1999)
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Both the elaboration and the regional specialization of craft production have long been noted by observers of the kingdoms of the Cameroon Grassfields.
Argenti, N. (1999) Is This How I Looked When I First Got Here? Pottery and practice in the Cameroon Grassfields
Argenti, N. (1999) Is This How I Looked When I First Got Here? Pottery and practice in the Cameroon Grassfields. British Museum Occasional Paper 132. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Argenti, N. (2010) ‘Things that don't come by the road: fosterage, folktales, and memories of slavery in the Cameroon Grassfields’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 52 (2): 224–54. Austen, R. (1983) ‘The metamorphoses of middlemen: the Duala, Europeans, and the Cameroon Hinterland, ca 1800−ca 1960’, International Journal of African Historical Studies 16 (1): 1–24.
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