Topics in History and Culture: The Senufo-Tagba People of Burkina Faso, Africa

Welcome to the Spurlock Museum's resource pages on the Senufo-Tagba people.

Click on the icons along the left-hand side of your screen to answer the following questions.

What can you tell me about Burkina Faso? Who are the Senufo-Tagba?
What do Senufo-Tagba houses look like? How are villages structured?
What foods are grown and eaten? How are they prepared?
What is growing up like in the village? What do the children study in school?
What do the farmers, hunters, and blacksmiths do in the village?
When do Senufo youth get married? How are funerals held?
How is mud cloth made? Who wears it?
Where do I find the definitions to words used on these pages?


Please note that a condensed version of this site is also available.


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