9.3 Select Bibliography of Published Chapters/Articles (hard-to-find/neglected items): Especially Slavery in Yorubaland/Sokoto Caliphate (alphabetical order by author); useful for purposes of comparison with Ilorin
Christelow, Alan. “Slavery in Kano 1913‒1914: Evidence from the Judicial Records.” African Economic History, no. 14 (1985): 57‒74.
Curtin, Philip D., ed., Africa Remembered: Narratives by West Africans from the Era of the Slave Trade. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967. Includes the narratives of “Ali Eisami Gazirmabe of Bornu,” introduced and annotated by H.F.C. Smith, D.M. Last, and Gambio Gubio, chapter 7, 199‒216; “Osifekunde of Ijebu,” introduced and annotated by P.C. Lloyd, chapter 8, 217‒288; and “Samuel Ajayi Crowther of Oyo,” introduced and annotated by J. F. Ade Ajayi, chapter 9, 289‒316.
Falola, Toyin. “Power Relations and Social Interactions among Ibadan Slaves, 1850‒1900.” African Economic History, no. 16 (1987): 95‒114.
Falola, Toyin. “Slavery and Pawnship in the Yoruba Economy of the Nineteenth Century.” In Unfree Labour in the Development of the Atlantic World, ed. Paul E. Lovejoy and Nicholas Rogers, 221‒245. London: Frank Cass, 1994.
Hogendorn, Jan. “The Economics of Slave Use on Two Plantations of the Zaria Emirate.” International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 10, no. 3 (1977): 369‒383.
Mack, Beverly. “Service and Status: Slaves and Concubines in Kano, Nigeria.” In At Work in Homes: Household Workers in World Perspective, ed. Roger Sanjek and Shellee Colen, 14‒34. Washington, DC: American Anthropological Association, 1990. American Ethnological Society Monograph Series, no. 3.
Meyers, Allan. “Slavery in the Hausa-Fulani Emirates. In Aspects of West African Islam, ed. Daniel F. McCall and Norman R. Bennett, 173‒184. Boston: African Studies Center, 1971. Boston University Papers on Africa, vol. 5.
Oroge, E. Adeniyi. “Iwofa: An Historical Survey of the Yoruba Institution of Indenture.” African Economic History, no. 14, 1985: 75‒106.
A West African [this is the author name given below the article title; “A.E.M. Gibson” is the name given at the end of the article]. “Slavery in Western Africa.” Journal of the African Society [London], vol. 3, no. 9 (1903): 17‒52.