This is an account of the laws and customs of the Yoruba in general, collected by over a period of several years.
A number of diverse subjects, from judicial procedure and punishment for criminal behaviour to kinship terminology and the etiquette of visiting are well covered.
Some of the laws and customs are obsolete and impracticable and some have been modified through the influence of Christianity and the British occupation and government.
Format: Scanned PDF
Pages (PDF): 98
Publication Date: 1906