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Lagos consulate, 1851-1861

Robert Sydney Smith

Lagos consulate, 1851-1861

by Robert Sydney Smith

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lagos -- History.,
  • Nigeria -- History -- 1851-1899.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert S. Smith.
    SeriesMacmillan African and Caribbean histories for advanced study
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 188 p., [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22038106M
    ISBN 100333240537

    Keep in mind, on the one hand, 21 st century Lagos is replete with chaotic traffic, electricity blackouts, violent crime, and overcrowded housing. On the other hand, it boasts glittering skyscrapers, a burgeoning art scene and an ascendant film industry. Today’s Lagos did not emerge from a vacuum but rather took its shape from a postcolonial order over the course of six decades. 1 Lagos society was plunged into conflict following the forceful eviction of Oba Akitoye, the king, ; 4 The political configuration of Epe on the eve of independence in was rooted in the historical development of the town. Although the town was founded by the Ijebu, with the British attack of Lagos in , the town received the Awori refugees from Lagos under the leadership of the Author: Oluwasegun Mufutau Jimoh.

      In Lagos, for instance, Oba Dosunmu was compelled to sign the Lagos Treaty of Cession with the gunboat pointing towards the Iga Idunganran, the palace of the Oba of Lagos. 9 In Benin, Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi was deposed and exiled upon the defeat of his army. 10 In the North, Caliph Muhammadu Attahiru I of the Sokoto Caliphate was killed as he. OF THE SLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BRATISLAVA XIX VEDA, PUBLISHING HOUSE Book Reviews Lexikon fremdsprachiger Schriftsteller von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. The Lagos Consulate — By Ján Voderadský 01aloku,F. A. (Ed.): Structureof the Nigerian Economy. By Ján Voderadský E a d e s, J. S.: The.

    “ The Lagos Consulate, – An Outline.” Journal of African History 15 (): – Smith, Robert S. Kingdoms of the Yoruba, 2nd ed. London: Methuen, Author: Atul Kohli. Follow Robert Sydney Smith and explore their bibliography from 's Robert Sydney Smith Author Page.


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Madam Efunroye Tinubu (c. – ), born Efunporoye Osuntinubu, was a politically significant figure in Nigerian history because of her role as a powerful female aristocrat and slave trader in pre-colonial and colonial Nigeria.

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ISBN Tom G. Forrest (). "Lagos Enterprises". The Advance of African Capital: The Growth of Nigerian Private Enterprise. University of Virginia Press. 86– ISBN The choice of Oba, after Badagry is underscored by Robert S. Smith in his book " The Lagos Consulate - " where he wrote. Lagos is altogether omitted from the map accompanying snelgraves account of Guinea published in Followers: K.

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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Accessible book, Protected DAISY, Drama, Guidebooks, Politics and government, Case. Robert Smith, 'The Lagos Consulate, An Outline', Journal of African History, Vol. XV (), pp. See also the same author's 'To the Palaver Islands: War and Diplomacy on the Lagos Lagoon in ', Journal of the Historical Society.

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The three pamphlets are: K. Dike, Report on the Preservation and Administration of Historical Records; The Origins of the Niger Mission, –(Ibadan, Nigeria: Ibadan University Press, ); Years of British Rule in Nigeria, –(Lagos, Nigeria: Federal Information Service, ) (being a reprint of his Lugard Lectures).Author: Gloria Chuku.

This book studies the impact of the Atlantic slave trade on the 'Slave Coast' of West Africa, an area covering modern south-eastern Ghana, Togo, Benin, and south-western Nigeria. This region was one of the most important sources of slaves for the Atlantic slave trade, and its history provides an exceptionally well-documented illustration of the.História Nigéria.

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