3 edition of Collections for a handbook of the Nyamwezi language, as spoken at Unyanyembe. found in the catalog.
Collections for a handbook of the Nyamwezi language, as spoken at Unyanyembe.
Steere, Edward bp.
|Statement||By Edward Steere.|
|LC Classifications||PL8591 .S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||43045575|
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Meanwhile, the Nyamwezi became famous as porters, and later as highly successful traders, adventurers, and entrepreneurs. Indeed, the term Nyamwezi—meaning people of the moon—was largely invented in the nineteenth century to describe the commercial people of northwest Tanzania.