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Wade, J. H., 'A Reappraisal of Brass Casting in Northeastern Nigeria'. Seventh Triennial Symposium on African Art, Museum of Cultural History University of California, Los Angeles, 1986, Unpublished paper.

Wade, J. H., 'The context of adoption of brass technology in north-eastern Nigeria and its effects on the elaboration of culture', in S. E. van der Leeuw and R. Torrence (eds), What's New? A closer look at the process of innovation, Unwin Hyman, London 1989:225-244.
Wade. J. H., 'West Africa Savannah - Culture, Language and Environment in an Historical Perspective. Preliminary report 1989-1991’, edited by H. Jungraithmayr and G. Nagel - Review, Borno Museum Society Newsletter (10), Maiduguri, 1992:37-39.
Wade. J. H., 'Rainmakers and the Problematics of Power in Fali Society', in H. Jungraithmayr, D. Barreteau and U. Siebert (eds), L’homme et l’eau dans le basin du lac Tchad (Man and Water in the Lake Chad Basin), ORSTOM, Paris1997: 271-284.
Wade. J. H., ‘Caste, Gender and Chieftaincy: a view from the southern Mandaras’ in C. Baroin, G. Seidensticker-Brikay, K. Tijani (eds.) Man and the Lake, University of Maiduguri: Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies, Maiduguri 2005:279-303.
Wade. J. H., 'The Wife of the Village: understanding caste in the Mandara Mountains' in N. David (ed.) Metals in Mandara Mountains’ Society and Culture, Africa World Press, Trenton 2012:257-284.
Wade. J. H. and M. Galántha, ‘The Life Cycle and Personal Art of Women in Traditional Kanuri Society (a working paper) ’, Borno Museum Society Newsletter (15-16), Maiduguri 1993: 55-66.
Wade. J. H. and M. Galántha, 'Weaving Symbols - Textiles for the Living and the Dead among the Fali of the Mandara Mountains', Tesserae of Borno, D. Ibriszimow and E. Rothmaler (eds.), Frankfurter Afrikanistische Blätter (16), 2004:93-131.

Wade. J. and M. Galantha, ‘Placing the Fali Loom’, Borno Museum Society Newsletter (64-65), Maiduguri 2005:28-47.

Wagner, H., Schilderung der Reisen und Entdeckungen des Dr Eduard Vogel in Central-Afrika, in der grossen Wueste, in den Laendern des Sudan (am Tsad-See, in Mossgo, Tubori, Mandara, Sionder, Bautschi u.s.w.), Nebst einem Lebensabriss des Reisenden, Verlag von Otto Spamer, Leipzig 1860.

Walde, D., David, N., MacEachern, S., ‘Style and the identification of artifact production systems, an explicitly scientific approach’, Clay and fire, African pottery in social and historical context, (eds) W.J. Dewey, A. Roberts, C. Roy, (in press).

Watters, J.R. ‘L’alphabetisation en langues nationales, mythe ou realite, Etude de cas’ [Zulgo, Podokwa], Actes du seminaire regional UNESCO-CONFEJES pour l’Afrique centrale, 12-16 octobre 1987, Ministere de la Jeunesse et des Sports, Yaounde 1989:153-165.

Weidholz, A., Bei den Bergheiden in Nordkamerun, Wien 1941.

Wejadji, C., ‘The Cameroon-Nigerian Border, Abbia 27-28, June 1974:157-173.

Wente-Lukas, R., ‘Eisen und Schmied im suedlichen Tschadraum’, Paideuma 18, 1972:112-143.

Wente-Lukas, R., Die materielle Kultur der nicht-islamischen Ethien von Nordkamerun und Nordostnigeria, Studien zur Kulturkunde 43, Franz Steiner Verlag, Wiesbaden 1977 (313p).

Wente-Lukas, R., Handbook of Ethnic Units in Nigeria, Studien zur Kulturkunde 74, Franz Steiner Verlag, Wiesbaden 1985 (466p).

Wente-Lukas, R., see also Lukas, R.

Whaley, A.H., ‘An experiment in literacy time-saving, a Mandara primer in two weeks’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1979 (9p).

Whaley, A.H., ‘Mandara riddles, a brief study’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1981 (139).

Whaley, A.H., ‘Tara indale an tara yaye, Contes d’Hyene et d’Ecureuil [en langue mandara]’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1981 (51p), (Nouvelle edition, 1992, 65p).

Whaley, A.H., ‘Mandara poverbs, an analysis’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1981 (85p).

Whaley, A.H., Fluckinger, C., ‘Mandara pedagogical grammar notes 1-7’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1980 (33p, ined.).

Whaley, A.H., ‘Vocabulaire de base en quatre langues, wandala, fancais, anglais, fulfulde’, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL, Dallas), Yaounde 1981 (8p).

Wiesemann, U., ‘Aspect and mood as matrix [mofu-sud]’, Language in global perspective, (ed) B. Elson, Summer Insitute of Linguistics (SIL), Dallas 1987:471-506.

Wiesemann, U., Chadic language studies in Northern Cameroon [Wandala, Zulgo, Podokwa], Africana Margurgensia, special issue 5, 1981 (84p).

White, S.T., ‘The Agricultural Economy of the Hill Pagans of Dikwa Emirate, Cameroons (British mandate)’, Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture 9, London 1941:65-72.

White, S.T., ‘L’economie agricole des montagnes Kirdi de l’emirat Dikoa au Cameroun sous mandat britannique’, Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Camerounaises 3, 1943:77-84

White, S.T., Descent from the hills, John Murray, London 1963.

White, S.T., Dan Bana, the memoires of a Nigerian official, Cassell, London 1966.

Wilson, M., ‘Geoarchaeology and archaeological visibility in the northern Mandara Mountains and Mora Plain (Cameroon), preliminary results’, Le milieu et les hommes, recherches comparatives et historiques dans le bassin du Lac Tchad, Colloques et Seminaires, Editions de l’ORSTOM, Paris 1988.

Wilson, M., ‘Geoarchaeological and zooarchaeological research in the Lake Chad Basin and Mandara Mountains of Cameroon, West Africa, n.d. (unpublished) [reference from MacEachern 1990:218].

Wilson, M., ‘Stylistic behavior and information exchange’, Michigan Anthropological Papers 61, 1977:317-342.

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