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'Mistreated people' also began to go to the marabout villages as a refuge thus increasing the marabouts' following.

The Wolof first entered Senegal from the north east in about the 11th Century coming to the lower Senegal Valley.

They are highly urbanized and they are the main element in the major cities of Senegal (Dakar, St. In the urban areas they may be found in businesses such as fabrics, dressmaking, dyeing, jewellery making, and elaborate hair-dressing.

During the course of their history the Wolof have absorbed many traits from other cultures thus share a variety of cultural characteristics with their neighbours. Despite this the Wolof have remained a distinct ethnic group which is very appealing to people of other groups.

They tend to be lazy about learning other languages, and have a domineering and contemptuous attitude toward their neighbours. However, they have the most highly developed sense of national identity of any of the Senegalese.

Through the years, they have played a major role in the import-export trade as middlemen and primary producers of the main cash crop, peanuts.

The Wolof first entered Senegal from the north east in about the 11th Century coming to the lower Senegal Valley.

They are highly urbanized and they are the main element in the major cities of Senegal (Dakar, St. In the urban areas they may be found in businesses such as fabrics, dressmaking, dyeing, jewellery making, and elaborate hair-dressing.

During the course of their history the Wolof have absorbed many traits from other cultures thus share a variety of cultural characteristics with their neighbours. Despite this the Wolof have remained a distinct ethnic group which is very appealing to people of other groups.

They tend to be lazy about learning other languages, and have a domineering and contemptuous attitude toward their neighbours. However, they have the most highly developed sense of national identity of any of the Senegalese.

Through the years, they have played a major role in the import-export trade as middlemen and primary producers of the main cash crop, peanuts.

Thus today nearly 99.9% of Wolof people are Muslim.