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The people of the sierra
Julian Alfred Pitt-Rivers
Originally published London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1954.
|Statement||by J.A. Pitt-Rivers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 232p.p. of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
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The People of the Sierra presents an engrossing account of the social structure of a rural community in Andalusia, the mountainous region of southern Spain. The author applies the principles of social anthropology, without recourse to jargon, to determine the nature of the leaders of a European peasant society—the mayor, doctor, lawyer, priest—and also the smugglers, bandits, "witches," and gypsies.
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Create # Pheonix Books\/University of Chicago Press\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 wdrs. The Tarahumara, "people of the edge", live on the boundaries of civilization, in the mountains and canyonlands of Mexico's Sierra Tarahumara.
There, in southwestern Chihuahua, terrain terminates at the edge of canyons; there mountains border the sky. In these pages, words by W. Dirk Raat and images by George R. Janecek are testimony to the endurance of the Tarahumara people.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pitt-Rivers, Julian Alfred. People of the Sierra. Chicago, University of Chicago Press  (OCoLC) The People of the Sierra (Phoenix Books) 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. 1 1 comment Report abuse ashley. out of 5 stars but good insight into beginning ethnographies.
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The setting is. Much of the research and study of the formation of Sierra Leone focuses almost exclusively on the role of the so-called Creoles, or descendants of ex-slaves from Europe, North America, Jamaica, and Africa living in the colony.
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r: David Brower. The Kono people (pronounced koh noh) are a major ethnic group in Sierra Leone at % of the country's total population. Their homeland is the diamond-rich Kono District in eastern Sierra Leone. The Kono are primarily diamond miners and farmers. The Kono people speak the Kono language as their first language and is the most widely spoken language among the Kono people.
This work looks at Sierra Leone, its people and history. Other subjects are also covered to provide a general introduction to the country. It is not intended for academic specialists, and it is not an in-depth study of the country. It is written from the perspective of a layman or general reader who simply wants to know some important things about this West African country.
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The Mende of the Sierra Leone Protectorate are a numerous and proud people, likely to make themselves felt with increasing force in the affairs of the region. The fact, too, that they share a common culture with their neighbours across the Liberian border may come to be of significance if their group consciousness should take the form of a.
Sierra Leone is located on the west coast of Africa, north of the equator. With a land area of 27, square miles (71, square kilometers), it is slightly smaller than the state of South Carolina.
Sierra Leone is bounded by Guinea to the north and northeast, Liberia to the south and southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The Sierra Nevada Mountains are well-known for their vibrant display of wildflowers in the summers and their mild climate.
Although the highest parts of the Sierra Nevada Mountains still have some snow in the summer, the temperatures are generally mild to slightly cool, and many people take advantage of the generally pleasant summer weather to engage in outdoor activities like hiking, boating.
Some freedmen later migrated from Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone, where they formed the original settlers of Freetown, under the auspices of the Sierra Leone Company. They are among the ancestors of the Krio ethnic group. Notable people recorded in the Book of Negroes include Boston King, Henry Washington, Moses Wilkinson and Cato : The book discusses some of the forces that have tended to unite and disintegrate the nation, paying particular attention to the deeds and misdeeds of the political elite.
It concludes with an analysis of the major challenges facing Sierra Leone in the post-conflict period, as well as the prospects for building a progressive, democratic. Sierra Leone - Sierra Leone - Plant and animal life: The distribution of plants and animals has been influenced by such factors as relief and soil types and, perhaps more important, by farming methods and civil strife.
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Jason Mark is the editor of Sierra. The Sierra Leone Creole people (or Krio people in the Krio language) is an ethnic group in Sierra Sierra Leone Creole people are descendants of freed African American, West Indian, and Liberated African slaves who settled in the Western Area of Sierra Leone between and about The colony was established by the British, supported by abolitionists, under the Sierra Leone.
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Ebook country owes its name to the 15th-century Portuguese explorer Ebook de Sintra, the first European to sight and map Freetown harbour. The original Portuguese name, Serra Lyoa (“Lion Mountains”), referred to the range of hills that surrounds the harbour. The capital, Freetown, commands one of the.