bibliogr aphy
primary sources
Rhodes House Library, University of Oxford
Anderson, J. N. D., School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
“Introduction: Relationship between Islamic Law and Customary Law in Africa,
Emphasis on Northern Nigeria.” Conference on the Future of Law in Africa,
December 1959.
Arnett, E. J., Resident. “Intelligence Report.” Sokoto Province, June 8, 1918.
Assistant District Officer H. M. Brice- Smith to the Resident of Kano Province, C. L.
Temple. Mss. Afr. March 1915.
Birks, D. T. M., Assistant District Officer. Waja Native Authority. Gombe Division,
Carrow J. H., Commander. “Interview by A. H. M. Kirk- Greene.” Typescript, 1966.
—. Kano Province Annual Report, 1909.
—. Kano Province Annual Report, 1910.
—. Native Administration, Kano Province.
—. Native Administration, Sokoto Province.
—. Typescript.
Carrow- Heussler Papers on Northern Nigeria. “Commander Carrow’s Letter, April 5,
1965: Dorset, England.” Colonial Rec ords Proj ect, Institute of Commonwealth Stud-
ies, Queen Elizabeth House, 1965–1972. Mss. Afr. s. 1489.
Clifford, Hugh, Governor. “Circular.” Native Administration, 1923.
Conference on the Future of Law in Africa, December 1959– January 1960. Mss. Afr. s.
“Correspondence.” District Officer, G. J. Lethem to the Resident, Bornu, 15/3, Septem-
ber 25, 1923.
Customary Law and Its Application to En glish Law. CO/537 6/59.
De Foucauld of the Sahara, a Great Son of France and of View of French Muslim Policy
and Prob lems. West Africa, January 19, 1924. Mss. Afr. s. 783, 1/11, 1922. Published
Great Britain. Colonial Office. Nigeria: Report of the Commission Appointed to Enquire
into the Fears of Minorities and Means of Allaying Them; Presented to Parliament by
the Secretary of State for the Colonies by Command of Her Majesty July 1958. Norwich,
UK: hm Stationery Office, 1958.
Previous Page Next Page