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MacBride, D.F.H.’ Mandara District: village histories’, National Archives, Kaduna, Nigeria, Yolaprof J21

MacEachern, A.S., Du Kunde, ethnogenesis in North Cameroon, PhD Thesis, University of Calgary, 1990.

MacEachern, A.S., ‘Les gens de Ngolele, an examination of prehistoric ethnic relations in the northern Mandara mountains’, Du politique a l’economique, etudes historiques dans le bassin du lac Tchad, Colloques et Seminaires, Editions ORSTOM, Paris 1991:165-192.

MacEachern, A.S., Selling the iron for their shackles, Wandala-montagnard interactions in northern Cameroon, Journal of African History 34, 1993:247-270.

MacEachern, A.S., ‘Preliminary report, Project Maya-Wandala Field Season’, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, 1993 (36p, on file with author)

MacEachern, A.S., 'Iron Age beginnings north of the Mandara Mountains, Cameroon and Nigeria', Aspects of African Archaeology: Proceedings of the Tenth Pan-African Congress, G. Pwiti and R. Soper (eds), University of Zimbabwe press, Harare 1996:489-496.

MacEachern, A.S. 'Scale, Style and Cultural Variation: Technological Traditions in the Northern Mandara Mountains', The archaeology of social boundaries, M. Stark (ed), Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 1998:107-131.

MacEachern, A.S. 'Montagnard ethnicity and genetic relations in northern Cameroon, Comment on The peopling of sub-Saharan Africa: the case study of Cameroon’. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 114 (4), 2001:357-360.

MacEachern, A.S. 'Setting the boundaries: linguistics, ethnicity, colonialism and archaeology south of Lake Chad', Archaeology, language, and history: essays on culture and ethnicity, J. Terrell (ed), Bergin and Garvey, Westport, 2001:79-102.

MacEachern, A.S. 'State formation and enslavement in northern Cameroon and northeastern Nigeria', West Africa during the slave trade: archaeological and historical perspectives, C. DeCorse (ed), Leicester University Press, Leicester, 2001:131-151.

MacEachern, A.S. Beyond the belly of the house: Space and power in the Mandara Mountains, Journal of Social Archaeology 2 (2), 2002:197-219.

MacEachern, A.S., 'Residuals and resistance: languages and history in the Mandara Mountains', When languages collide: perspectives on language conflict, language competition and language coexistence, B. Joseph, J. Destefano, N. Jacobs and I. Lehiste (eds), The Ohio State University Press, Columbus, 2002:21-44.

MacEachern, A. S., Du Kunde: Processes of Montagnard Ethnogenesis in the Northern Mandara Mountains of Cameroon. PhD thesis, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, 1990. Electronic ISBN Publication, Mandaras Publishing, London, 2003 (433 pages).

MacEachern, A.S., 'Two thousand years of West African history',African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction, Stahl, A. (ed.),Blackwell, London 2005:441-466.

MacEachern, A.S., 'Slave raiding in the Mandara Mountains', Proceedings of The British Academy 168, Slavery in Africa, Archaeology and Memory, P.J. Lane and K.C. MacDonald (eds), Oxford University Press, 2011-109-124

MacEachern, A.S., Datouang Djoussou, J.M. and J. Lapiere, 'Excavations at DGB-1, northern Cameroon, 2008', Nyame Akuma 73, 2010:37-45.

MacEachern, A. S., C. Bourges and M. Reeves, 'Early Horse remains from northern Cameroon', Antiquity 75 (287), 2001:62-67.
MacEachern, A. S., Rethinking the Mandara Political Landscape: Cultural Developments, Climate, and an Entry into History in the Second Millennium A.D., Power and Landscape in Atlantic West Africa, Archaeological Perspectives, J.C. Monroe and A. Ogundiran (eds), Cambridge University Press, 2011:309-339.

MacFarlane, B.M. ‘Administration of and ethnological reports of the Hill District (Dikwa Emirate)’, Records of the Provinicial Office, Maiduguri (Maiprof), 1932 (58p).

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