Originally published in 1931, this book collects tales told to the author by agricultural labourers and hunters in what was Togoland in the 1920s. A rare and valuable resource of oral history, the book also contains the history of the Dagomba from Northern Ghana.

chapter One|14 pages

Which is Introductory

chapter Two|33 pages

Of the Origin of Things

chapter Three|29 pages

Which Chiefly Concerns the Sons of God

chapter Four|20 pages

Which Deals with Pixie-Folk and their Ways

chapter Five|28 pages

Hunters and Some of their Lore

chapter Six|21 pages

Cunning Versus Strength

chapter Seven|19 pages

Which Tells how Anansi Became a Spider

chapter Eleven|50 pages

Which Deals with Matters of History