by John Mason
This is a comprehensive and groundbreaking study of the Bini and Yoruba deity, Olookun (Owner of the sea), and his traditions as they were established in West Africa, maintained in Cuba, from the early 1800's, and are now continued in the United States. Maps, line-drawings and ninety-nine photographs, many published for the first time, help to visually transport the reader on this journey of discovery. *This book now comes with a CD of Olokun songs.
Paperback: 180 pages