Seereer history articles
Articles d'histoire seereer
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1. (English) Sample article : The Seereer Resource Centre, "Biography of Maad a Sinig Kumba Ndoofeen fa Maak Juuf", Published by the Seereer Resource Centre (2008) [in] The Seereer Resource Centre. URL: http:.www.seereer.com/biography-of-kumba-ndoofene
4. Lamans and the Lamanic Era
6. Etymology of the name "Seereer"
1. Title: "Chosaani Senegambia" (History of Senegambia).
Part 1: Sohna Chenaba Saar, the Secka family of Senegal and the Battle of Samba Sajo.
Part 2: The history of Saluum (or Saloum), history of Ama Juuf Jaame and history of the
Samba family of the Gambia (descendants of Sainey Mbissin Njaay Samba).
2. Title: "Chosaani Senegambia" (History of Senegambia) with El Hadji Demba Lamine Diouf. In this recording, El Hadji Demba Lamine Diouf narrates the history of Senegambia. He talks about the meaning of the words "Damel" and "Tëën" (variation: "teeñ" or "teign"). Demba Lamine also discusses the creation of several old villages and towns in the Senegambia region including Lambaye. He also discusses the Battle of Danki (1549) in this recording along as well as the enthronement of Amary Ngoneh Sobel Faal (King of Kajor) and Mbegaan Nduur (variation Mbegane Ndour, king of Saluum or Saloum)
3. Title: "Chosaani Senegambia" (History of Senegambia) : History of Saluum, the genealogy of the royal family of Saluum and history of Ama Juuf Jaame (2nd part) with Jebal Samba.
4. Title: "Chosaani Senegambia" (History of Senegambia) : History of Banjul with Doctor Lamin Mbye.
(seereer a Sinig)