Hausaland Tales from the Nigerian Marketplace

    By Gavin McIntosh
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    For a thousand years the Hausa people have been traders in sub-Saharan Africa, and most have remained a pastoral people. Village life revolves around the weekly market days, when all the people come to the great open market to buy, sell, visit, gossip, and tell stories.

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