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The Gambia

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A brief introduction to the geography, climate, language and history of the Gambia

Gambia Studies Series by Professor David Gamble

Gamble 1953Below is a book by David Gamble. His works are separated by chapters.

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Gambian Studies No. 1: A Conversation with Kaba So, an Elder of the Roroobe, From Jalakoto, Niani District, The Gambia

Gambian Studies No. 2: Mandinka Narratives from Kibaro – with a literal translation

Gambian Studies No. 3: Mandinka Dilemma Stories, Puzzles, Riddles & Proverbs

Gambian Studies No. 4: Accounts of Supernatural Beings, Spirits, Witches, Werewolves, Ninkinanko, etc., from the Mandinka Newspaper, Kibaro

Gambian Studies No. 5: Medical Mandinka (Useful phrases and vocabulary)

Gambian Studies No. 6: Mandinka Stories from Books Published Prior to 1960

Gambian Studies No. 7: Mandinka Tales from the Newspaper ‘Kobaro’: 1951-1955

Gambian Studies No. 8: Mandinka Stories – Dictated, Written or Recorded

Gambian Studies No. 9: A Mandinka Narrative – “Manding Kuno” by A.K. Rahman

Gambian Studies No. 10A: Wolof Stories from Senegambia Mainly from Old Published Sources

Gambian Studies No. 10B: Wolof Legends from Published Sources

Gambian Studies No. 12: Gambian Fula – English Dictionary (Firdu Dialect)

Gambian Studies No. 13: Gambian Fula Stories Told by Mary Umah Baldeh

Gambian Studies No. 14: Firdu-Fula Grammar (Gambia Dialect)

Gambian Studies No. 15: Gambia Government Serial Publications of the Colonial Period: A Provisional List

Gambian Studies No. 17: Peoples of the Gambia – The Wolof Gambian Studies No. 18 A General Bibliography of The Gambia up to 31st December 1977 Supplement 1

Gambian Studies No. 19: A General Bibliography of the Gambia Supplement II 1978-1982

Gambian Studies No. 20: Elementary Mandinka

Gambian Studies No. 21: Intermediate Gambian Mandinka-English Dictionary

Gambian Studies No. 22: Verbal and Visual Expressions of Wolof Culture

Gambian Studies No. 24: A General Bibliography of the Gambia, Supplement III 1983-1987

Gambian Studies No. 25: Elementary Gambian Wolof Grammar

Gambian Studies No. 26: Early Published Vocabularies of the Wolof Language

Gambian Studies No. 27: John Hill’s Vocabularies of Wolof, Compiled in 1808 on the Island of Goree (Senegal)

Gambian Studies No. 28: Terms Found in Old Writings About Senegambia

Gambian Studies No. 29: A General Bibliography of the Gambia Supplement IV 1988-1992

Gambian Studies No. 30: The South Bank of the Gambia: Places, People, and Population (A) Kantora and Fuladuu

Gambian Studies No. 31: The South Bank of the Gambia: Places, People and Population Nyaamina, Jaara, and Kiyang Districts

Gambian Studies No. 32: The South Bank of the Gambia: Places, People and Population The Fonyui Districts

Gambian Studies No. 33 A: General Bibliography of the Gambia Supplement V: 1993-1995

Gambian Studies No. 34: Mandinka Ceremonies

Gambian Studies No. 35A: The Gambia: Place Names on Maps and in Travellers’ Accounts up to 1825 (A) Descriptive Text

Gambian Studies No. 35B: The Gambia: Place Names on Maps and in Travellers’ Accounts (B) A selection of maps

Gambian Studies No. 35C: The Gambia: Place Names Given by Travellers & Residents in the 19th and 20th centuries

Gambian Studies No. 36: The North Bank of the Gambia: Places, People and Population (A) Nianija, Niani, Sami, Sandu, & Wuli Districts

Gambian Studies No. 37: The North Bank of the Gambia: Places, People, and Population (B) The Wolof Area: Sabah & Sanjal, Lower Saalum, Upper Saalum

Gambian Studies No. 38: The North Bank of the Gambia: Places, People, and Population: (C) The Nyoomi, Jookadu, and Badibu Districts

Gambian Studies No. 39: Postmortem: A Study of the Gambian Section of Alex Haley’s ‘Roots’

Gambian Studies No. 40: Abbreviations and Acronyms Used in the Gambia: (Past and Present)

Gambian Studies No. 41: Maps of the Gambia in the Map Collection and Senegambian Book Collection of David P. Gamble

Gambian Studies No. 43 A: General Bibliography of the Gambia, Supplement VI 1996-1999

Gambian Studies No. 44 A: General Bibliography of the Gambia, Supplement VII 2000-2002 (with some earlier items)

Gambian Studies No. 45: Errors, Confusions, and Misinterpretations in Writings about the Gambia

Gambian Studies No. 48: Thoughts on Gambian Folktales

Gambian Studies No. 49: Traditional Mandinka Agriculture

Gambian Studies No. 50: John Hill’s Account of Life on Goree Island 1807-1808

Gambian Studies No. 51: The South Bank of The Gambia: People, Places and Population (D) The Kombo Districts

Gambian Studies No. 52: Gambian Linguistic Material in the David P. Gamble Collection