Table of contents for The Konkomba and their neighbours in the pre-European period up to 1914 : a study in inter-ethnic relations in northern Ghana / Cliff S. Maasole.

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1. Konkomba Out-migration to other parts of the
Northern Region of Ghana.                 15
2. Konkomba Origins Before theirAdvent into their
Present-day 'Homeland'.                   22
3. The Origins of the Konkomba in Dagbon.         28
4. Konkomba Origins in Nanumba.                   40
5. Eastern Mamprugu and Konkomba Origins.         45
6. Konkomba Origins in Eastern Gonja.             50
7. The Socio-economic and Political Organization of
theAboriginal Inhabitants ofNorthern Ghana
before the arrival of Warrior New-coners.  60
8. The Conquest of the Aboriginal Groups by the
Warrior New-comers.                       77
9. The Socio-Economic and Political Organization of
the Warrior New-comers: Implications for the
Aboriginal Konkomba.                      89
PART TWO                                               31
10. The Status of the Konkomba in the European
Treaty-making Diplomacy in Northern Ghana,  133
11. European Partition of Northern Ghana.         159
12. The Konkomba under German Rule.                184
13. Conclusion.                                   215

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Konkomba (African people) History