The entire manuscript is available for download below as a single PDF file. Each page is also available as a separate, larger, JPG file. If higher-resolution JP2 files are needed (WARNING: files average 11-14MB in size), please contact email@example.com. Fieldwork Team: Dr. Fallou Ngom (PI), Cheikh Tidiane Fall (Co-applicant), Ablaye Diakite (Researcher), Birane Gassama (Researcher) Technical Team: Roger Brisson (Head of Metadata Services, BU Libraries), Vika Zafrin (Institutional Repository Librarian, BU Libraries), Jack Ammerman (Associate University Librarian for Digital Initiatives and Open Access, BU Libraries), and Dr. Peter Quella. This collection of Wolofal (Wolof Ajami) materials is copied as part of the EAP 334 Project (Digital Preservation of Wolof Ajami manuscripts of Senegal) led by Dr. Fallou Ngom in collaboration with WARA/WARC and Boston University Library. The project is funded by the British Library/Arcadia Endangered Archives. Access Condition and Copyright: The materials are subject to copyright. Access is for research and educational purposes only. Materials are not to be reproduced without written permission. Citation: Materials in this web edition may be cited as: Ngom, Fallou. 2011. African Ajami Library: EAP 334. Digital Preservation of Wolof Ajami Manuscripts of Senegal. Boston: Boston University Library: http://open.bu.edu For Inquires: Please, contact Professor Fallou Ngom (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Serigne Habibou Rasoulou Sy
This manuscript is a genealogy describing the descendants of Mame Maharam Mbacke, the ancestor of Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba, who lived in the 18th century. The author describes the methods he used to collect the data needed for the work, noting that most of the information he used was based on the work of Serigne Mouhammadou Lamine Deme, one of the most renowned Murid leaders and a close follower of Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba. The document provides a genealogy of Mame Maharam Mbacke, his children (including Ahmadou Farimata, Mame Ahmadou Soxna Bousso, Mame Ibrahima Awa Niang, Mame Said Soxna Bousso, Mame Balla Aicha, Mame Yalla Aissa, among others). The document is useful for historians interested in the genealogy and ethnic mixing (between Wolof and Pulaar) in the Mbacke family from the 18th to the 20th century. Digitized on 18 August 2011. All pages are readable, but some pages are missing.