Negro culture in West Africa : a social study of the Negro group of Vai-speaking people, with its own invented alphabet and written language shown in two charts and six engravings of Vai script, twenty-six illustrations of their arts and life, fifty folklore stories, one hundred and fourteen proverbs and one map. Introd. by Frederick Starr George Washington Ellis 1875-1919

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George Washington Ellis 1875-1919
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Vai language; Folklore.; Vai (African people) -- Folklore
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/669116
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669116

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