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Songs about Dahomey:
In Dahomey by Mississippi Chorus from the Album Showboat/Sunny
Dahomey Dance (Ole Coltrane ) by Elvin Jones from the Album John Coltrane Six of the Best LP Collection
Invocation To Papa Legba / Dahomey Rhythms "The Paul'L"/ Maize Rhythm (featuring the rhythms/dances Nago, Zepol... by Maurice Bitter from the Album Voodoo Ceremony In Haiti (Digitally Remastered)
Dahomey Dance (Album Version) by Tom Scott from the Album .Tom Scott And The L.A. Express
Dahomey Dance/Tunji by Gary Bartz from the Album Coltrane Rules: Tao of a Music Warrior
Overture to "In Dahomey" by Paragon Ragtime Orchestra from the Album Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of the Legendary Clef Club
Dahomey Dance by Tom Scott from the Album Live At The Bottom Line 1976
Books about Dahomey:
Amazons of Black Sparta: The Women Warriors of Dahomey by Stanley B. Alpern (Apr 11, 2011)
Warrior Women: The Amazons Of Dahomey And The Nature Of War by Robert Edgerton (Jun 22, 2000)
Wives of the Leopard: Gender, Politics, and Culture in the Kingdom of Dahomey by Edna G. Bay (Jul 29, 1998)
Dahomey And The Dahomans: Being The Journals Of Two Missions To The King Of Dahomey, And Residence At His Capital... by Frederick E. Forbes (Oct 7, 2011)
Dahomey: The Warrior Kings (The Kingdoms of Africa) by Philip Koslow (Jul 1996)
In Dahomey: A Negro Musical Comedy (1902) by Jesse A. Shipp, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Will Marion Cook (Sep 10, 2010)
Dahomey and the Ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade: The Journals and Correspondence of Vice-Consul Louis... by Robin Law (Sep 26, 2012)
Wiki information Dahomey:
Dahomey was an African kingdom which lasted from about 1600 until 1900. Dahomey developed on the Abomey Plateau amongst the Fon people in the early 1600s and became a regional power in the 1700s by conquering key cities on the Atlantic coast. For...
The Republic of Dahomey was established on December 11, 1958, as a self-governing colony within the French Community. Prior to attaining autonomy it had been French Dahomey, part of the French Union. On August 1, 1960, it attained full independence...