3 edition of Ijebu under colonial rule, 1892-1960 found in the catalog.
Ijebu under colonial rule, 1892-1960
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.I36 O38 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
Where Isthe Boundary? Cocoa Conflict, Land Tenure, and Politics in Western Nigeria, s– Abstract This paper is about cocoa-induced conflict between the Ibadan and the Ijebu, two Yoruba sub-groups of southwestern Nigeria. Although historians have examined the socio-economic impact of cocoa, they have however downplayed how it created Awujale of Ijebu-Ode Oba Adenuga as part of amalgamation rule that local rulers should be part of native courts. Akarigbo Chief levied many allegations of corruption against him and the British Officer in charge of the Administrative district, H.F Ducoumbe not only deposed him but also sentenced him and two others in prison
Aina Onabolu was born on 13 September in the isolationist territory of Ijebu-Ode, Ogun state in Nigeria, to Jacob Onabolu, a successful Ijebu merchant, and Oshunjente Onabolu, a trader. He did not go to school until the annexation of Ijebu-Ode by Lagos-based British military forces under the command of Governor Carter in ; at which ABRIDGED HISTORY OF UKRAINE - PART THREE. Loosely translated and abridged by George Skoryk from "HISTORY OF UKRAINE" by Mykhaylo Hrushevs'kyi. III. PERIOD OF LITHUANIAN AND POLISH RULE (). Grand Duke Vytautas the Great. The Lithuanian princes were reasonable
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Ijebu under Colonial Rule, – An Administrative and Political Analysis. First Academic Publishers, Lagos The book is a study on the interplay of administrative and political factors in Ijebu (Southwestern Nigeria) during the colonial :// British-Ijebu War of (Battle Of Imagbon) The final battle by which Ijebu fell took place on 19 May at the village of Imagbon.
This short war claimed the lives of up to a thousand :// Colonial Politics and Precolonial History: Everyday Knowledge, Genre, and Truth in a Yoruba Town - Volume 40 Issue 1 - Insa Nolte Battle Of Imagbon (the Anglo-ijebu War) - Politics - Nairaland.
Epe was under Ijebu province during the colonial rule. That was why Kosoko could seek refuge there because it was not under Lagos colony. Now, the people who came with Kosoko are now Tunde ODUWOBI of University of Lagos, Lagos (Unilag) | Read 5 publications | Contact Tunde ODUWOBI.
Ijebu under colonial rule, an administrative and political analysis / :// Tunde Oduwobi Deposed Rulers under the Colonial Regime in Nigeria The Careers of Akarigbo Oyebajo and Awujale Adenuga In pre-colonial Yoruba society, a deposed king (oba) was expected to die. From a spiritual perspective, the oba was considered a sacred figure.
Hence, as L. Munoz ( 33) has pointed out, “his sacred character The British colonial administration engendered a process of political integration in these three areas as they were each brought under a single ruler; the purpose of this paper is to highlight how Ijebu oral historical traditions were employed to give support to this integrative process., but first, an identification of the areas :// This bloody war is known in history as the Battle of Imagbon, British-Ijebu war and Ijebu Expedition.
The British troops were awarded The East & West Africa Medal with Clasp dated ‘’. Today, one of these medals can be found in Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Ijebu kingdom was later annexed to the colony of southern :// This chapter examines the nationalist struggle in Nigeria.
It takes a historical look at the movement and the various factors that facilitated its spread. It argues that while nationalism is often seen as agitation against the colonial order, in precolonial Nigeria the various reactions of its peoples and societies against the incursion of the British into their territories laid the foundation French Sudan (–) Mali fell under French colonial rule in Inthe French appointed a civilian governor of the territory they called Soudan Français (French Sudan),but active resistance to French rule continued.
Bymost of the area was under firm French :// WOMEN AND THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF NIGERIA ). By OctoberNigeria gained her Independence from the colonial administration, and became a republic by The institutionalized as new legal structures under the colonial rule.
At this time, women ?sequence=2. Historically, Ijebuland is an area that covers the coastal region of Ijebu Waterside, mainland of Ijebu-Ode and its cashment areas, Remo, Ikorodu and the shore of Lagos Lagoon of the old. Ijebu-Ode, as the traditional capital, is a relatively an old town surrounded by a great moat that dates back to A.D.
The English East India Company, was an English and later British joint-stock was later formed to trade in the Indian Ocean region, initially with Mughal India and the East Indies, and later with Qing company ended up seizing control of large parts of the Indian subcontinent, colonised parts of Southeast Asia, and colonised Hong Kong after a war with Qing China on the IMPACT OF NATIONALIST MOVEMENT ON THE ACTUALIZATION OF NIGERIAN INDEPENDENCE, Ubaku, Kelechi Chika1*; Emeh, the establishment of effective British rule in the country.
The aim of the movement was to the Ijebu war of which broke out following the refusal of the Awujah- Chief of History. The ancient city of Mogadishu was under Italian colonial rule/influence for nearly seventy years, from the s until after the end of was declared capital of the newly created Somalia Italiana.
The first Italian to write about Mogadiscio was Marco Polo, who knew of the city during his merchant travels in only in the late XIX century the commerce company History Related pages Notes Bibliography The anticipated Ijebu state, hopefully when created, will once again raise our common sensual obligations to one another and re-build our confidence in a positive and progressive future.
Our new state cannot afford to join the league of corrupt entities known as states of the Nigeria federal system. Ijebu state of the twenty-first century would be a state of optimum Asiwaju A.I () "The Western Provinces Under Colonial Rule" in Ikime Obaro Groundwork of Nigeria History, (Nigeria: Heineman Educational Book) Among the Igbo of Nigeria Jan [size=18pt]THE IJEBU[/size] The Ijebu speak a dialect of the Yoruba and are found in large concentration in [size=14pt]Epe, Ikorodu and Ibeju-Lekki[/size], apart from those who have long settled in Lagos Island especially in the area of [size=14pt]Idumagbo and Ebute Ero.[/size] Traditions of the origin of the group link them with Ijebu-Ode and Iremo quarters in :// David Apter's The political kingdom in Uganda () is the classic political study of Buganda under British colonial rule (), but there are numerous other publications concerned with more specific issues and events.
Anthony Low (in Low and Pratt, ) provides the definitive historical account of the Uganda Agreement, which was Cambridge Core - Regional History after - The Cambridge History of Africa - edited by Roland Oliver. French Algeria (French: Alger tothen Algérie afterwards; unofficially Algérie française, Arabic: الجزائر المستعمرة ), also known as Colonial Algeria, was the colonial rule of France over rule in the region began in with the invasion of Algiers and lasted until the Algerian War of Independence concluded in 2 days ago Nigeria - Nigeria - Nigeria as a colony: After the British government assumed direct control of the Royal Niger Company’s territories, the northern areas were renamed the Protectorate of Northern Nigeria, and the land in the Niger delta and along the lower reaches of the river was added to the Niger Coast Protectorate, which was renamed the Protectorate of Southern ://The Uganda Protectorate: Recent events in Uganda have made evident the difficulties likely to be faced by any colonial power.
As a result the British government appoints in a seasoned administrator, Harry Johnston, as special commissioner to Uganda.
His brief is to recommend the most effective form of ?historyid=ad