Title

Yunusa oral interviews, 1975, 010A through 011A

Creator

Date

23 Aug 1975

Description

Part 1 [010A - 011A] :
Interviewer: Yusufu Yunusa
Interviewee: Sarkin Bargami Gandun Giwaran, male, 68 years old
Date: August 23, 1975
Duration:
Place: Gwandun Giwa Dawakin Kudu District
Topics discussed: Slavery
Notes: Discussion with an emir's slave living in Rinji; He own a farm in emir's Gwandu and cultivate the land only for himself; nothing is given to the emir. Stated that the contemporary slave did nothing whatsoever to the emir because of the slave abolishment. Concubinage role.


Part 2 [011A] :
Interviewer: Yusufu Yunusa
Interviewee: Malam Sa'aou Dogari Gogel [Malam Sa'adu], male, 50 years
Date: August 23, 1975
Duration:
Place: Gandun Gogel, 17 miles south-east of Kano City
Topics discussed: Slave
Notes: Discussion with Sarkin Gandu Na Gogel; brief history of Gwandun Gogel; define the world dumada--meaning of slaves while gwandu define as work place, Sallama role. Reason for making three marks on the emirs chuchanawa, war, Kwandila gwandu and some decendent of emir's slave that still existed in hayin madatai.

Please note that the quality of the audio recordings may be poor.

Language

Hausa

Coverage

Rights

© 1975 Yusufu Yunusa

Citation

Yunusa, Yusufu, “Yunusa oral interviews, 1975, 010A through 011A,” The Harriet Tubman Resource Centre Digital Archive, accessed July 16, 2018, http://digital.tubmaninstitute.ca/items/show/783.

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