The Fulani Empire of Sokoto
London. Ibadan. Nairobi: Oxford University Press. 1967. 312 p.
- An Islamic Tradition of Reform in the Western Sudan from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century, by M. Hiskett
- Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
- Ch A
- A Chronicle of Abuja by Mallam Hassan and Mallam Shu'aibu
- District Notebooks
- Ida al-Nusukh by Abdullah(i) b. Mullammad, first Emir of Gwandu
- Inf M
- Infaku'l Maisuri by Mullammadu Bello, first Sultan of Sokoto
- Journal of African History
- Journal of the African Society
- K Ch
- The Kano Chronicle
- Kitab al-Farq by Shehu Usuman dan Fodiyo
- Labarun Hausawa da Makwabtansu
- Nasa'ih al-Ummat al-Muhammadiya' by Shehu Usuman dan Fodiyo
- Sard al-Kalam by Sultan Mullammadu Bello
- Tanbikhu' Ikhwan by Shehu Usuman dan Fodiyo
- Tazyin al-Waraqat by the Emir of Gwaridu Abdullah(i)
- Wathiqat Ahl al-Sudan by Shehu Usuman dan Fodiyo
Where quotations have been taken from translated works, the translator's English has normally been set down without alteration and a straightforward reference given, for example Bello, Inf M (Arnett, p. 57). On a number of occasions, however, the author has preferred to render the passage in his own English and these cases have been distinguished by the insertion of cf. in the reference, for example, Bello, Inf M (cf. Arnett, P. 57).
One other point calls for a word of explanation. Clapperton's accounts of his two journeys both have very long titles. The first, which he wrote in conjunction with Oudney and Denham, has therefore been abbreviated to Travels and the second to Journal.