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Chapter 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