Author : Philip Paulitschke, Dominik Kammel of Hardegger
Year : 1888
CHAPTER VI. (P.165 – 294)
ENTRY IN THE COUNTRY OROMO.
BY DSCHALDESSA – HARAR.
Check out from Dschaldessa. – Farewell to Ugas. – We pass the Dajerg & l. – The nature of the choirs. – Density of population. – Sheikh Serbej. – The first Oromo Hutten. – Euphorbieulauben. – Indigenous meet us. – Arriving in Bellaüa. – Jüssuf plays with the Wänzelgewehr. – Oromo song and dance. – Climb to the heights of egoé. – Landscape beyond the watershed. – Bloom cattle in the Oromo regions. – Sibillu and Komböltsch. – Funeral customs of the Oromo. – Night camp Dillalöa. – The Oromo believe to see the city of Harar. – Joy at the approaching end of the arduous journey. – IMAX Harar. – A rider brings the first greetings from the city. – Sight of Harar. – Move through the Bab
HARA.R AND ENVIRONMENT.
The House of the expedition to Harar. – Adoption of the Oromo companion.
– Visit to the governor, the British officers Uud in the mission. – Reception with the Emir Abdullähi. – Disrupt the intended trip to the wash-Ha. – Hyena hunts. – Location of the city of Harar. – Physical structure of the same. – Streets, walls and main building. – Number of houses and residents. – Ethnic origin of Hararl. – Their physical condition. – Diseases. – Psychic character. – The climate of the city. – Trade and industry in general. – Government and army. – Priesthood.
– History of Harar. – Legendary era. – Advance of Islam. – The location of Hadiah. – The rulers of the house of Omar Walasmah, s. – Fighting against the Ethiopian Empire. – Transfer of residence of the noble Saxon sultans to Harar. – Mohammed Ahmed GRANJE, s campaigns against Ethiopia. – GRANJE, s successor. – Emir Only ben-Mudschähid, s and his family government. – Renewed fighting against Abyssinia. –