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Mohammed Bashir Salau addresses the overlooked literature on Atlantic Slavery in West Africa by means of taking a look at the plantation operations at Fanisau in Hausaland, and within the procedure offers an cutting edge examine one piece of the traditionally major Sokoto Caliphate.

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