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Tribal studies in northern Nigeria
Charles Kingsley Meek
Reprint of the 1931 ed. published by K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, London.
|Statement||by C. K. Meek.|
|LC Classifications||GN653 .M43 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||76014471|
Nigeria’s ancient indigenous traditions continue to adapt and survive, though they also continue to be challenged by religious and political forces that seek to diminish their power. There are countless of these traditions in Nigeria, but the number of practitioners is difficult to determine, and is probably underestimated because religious identity numbers do not account for the many.
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Tribal studies in northern Nigeria. London, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., (OCoLC) "These volumes are published as a contribution to the ethnography of the northern provinces of Nigeria. They embody a collection of tribal reports submitted by me to the Nigerian government at various times during Tribal studies in northern Nigeria book last five years."--Preface.
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TRIBAL STUDIES IN NORTHERN NIGERIA 2 Vol. Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Hardcover from $ Manufacturer: Kegan Paul. Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria 1st AMS ed Edition by Charles K.
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Meek (Kegan Paul, 25s.), is not a book for the general reader, but should prove invaluable to the administrators responsible for the fifty or so pagan tribes with which it deals. It embodies a series of tribal reports submitted to the Nigerian Government by the Government anthropologist, and presumably—though this is not stated—Mr.
Meek must have received. (1) A Sudanese Kingdom: an Ethnographical Study of the Julcun-speaking Peoples of Nigeria (2) Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria P. AMAURY TALBOT Author: P. Amaury Talbot. TY - BOOK AU - Meek, Charles K. PY - DA - // TI - Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria VL - 1 PB - Tribal studies in northern Nigeria book Paul, Trench, Trübner CY - London ID - ER.
Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria, Volume 2, pp London: Kegan Paul. Seidensticker-Brikay, Gisela and Wilhelm Seidensticker. “Guide to Potiskum museum with catalogue of artefacts.” In Ibriszimow, Dymitr and Alhaji Maina Gimba (eds.),pages Works by Alhaji Maina Gimba.
Nigeria is made up of several ethnic groups, majority of which are the Igbo, Hausa and the Yoruba. Within these ethnic groups are several tribes numbering However, the multi-tribal nature of. The Northern Tribes of Nigeria. An Ethnographical Account of the Northern Provinces of Nigeria together with a Report on the Decennial Census.
[With a Preface by Sir Hugh Clifford] Oxford University Press, 2 vols. Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, Volume 1: The Bachama and Mbula. The Successes and Failures of Economic Reform in Nigeria’s Post-Military Political Settlement Introduction: Women, Gender, Tribal studies in northern Nigeria book Change in Africa About African AffairsAuthor: E.
This unique collection of articles on literature in northern Nigeria is in three parts. Part one presents an overview of the running theme, in which Na’Allah explores the theoretical relationship between literature, history and identity in northern Nigeria, using the proverbial story of the blind man who holds a lamp while walking alone in the night.
Daura, in northern Nigeria, is the oldest city of Hausa of Gobir, also in northern Tribal studies in northern Nigeria book, speak the oldest surviving classical vernacular of the language. Historically, Katsina was the centre of Hausa Islamic scholarship but was later replaced by Sokoto Tribal studies in northern Nigeria book from the 19th century Usman Dan Fodio Islamic reform.
The Hausa are culturally and historically closest to other Benin: 1, Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country and has one of the largest aggregation of ethnic groups in Africa. There are more than Nigerian tribes and among the largest include Hausa-Fulani, Igbo, Yoruba, Ijaw, Kanuri, Annang, Tiv, Ibibio, Etsako, and Efik.
Other Nigerian tribes apart from the ones listed constitute a smaller percentage of Author: Emeka Chigozie. M.C. Behera (b), M.A.,Ph.D (Economics) from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, is a reputed scholar on Tribal Studies and Rural Economics.
He has authored / edited / co-edited sixteen volumes on socio-cultural and economic studies especially on agriculture and religious life of tribal and rural people. The Ways of the Tribe explores the diverse tribal cultures of Tanzania and examines how they contribute towards modern identity and national development.
The book covers the tribes of north-eastern Tanzania scattered in the four regions of Tanga, Kilimanjaro, Arusha and Manyara. Tribal Bengal: Life in the Sub-Himalayan Terai Duars / Bhattacharya, Krishnopriyo Buddhist Tribal Women in Tripura / Das, Anamika Social Exclusion, Marginalisation and Development in Manipur /.
Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja, is g code: + Full text of "Notes on the tribes, provinces, emirates and states of the northern provinces of Nigeria;" See other formats.
Charles Kingsley Meek is the author of A Sudanese Kingdom; An Ethnographical Study Of The Jukun Speaking Peoples Of Nigeria ( avg rating, 2 ratings, /5(3). The northern tribes of Nigeria an ethnographical account of the northern provinces of Nigeria together with a report on the decennial census by Charles Kingsley Meek.
Published by Oxford University Press, H. Milford in London. Written in English. The Nigerian Civil War (also known as the Biafran War and the Nigerian-Biafran War) was a civil war in Nigeria fought between the government of Nigeria and the secessionist state of Biafra from 6 July to 15 January Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Igbo people, whose leadership felt they could no longer coexist with the Northern-dominated federal on: The geographical southeastern Nigeria.
Nigeria’s sustained deployment of troops in its northern states means Nigeria will be less able to contribute peacekeeping troops to regional peace operations. Nigeria has historically played a leadership role in such regional security initiatives, and is Africa’s second largest troop-contributing country with forces serving in 10 different.
The Indian Sub continent has a large number of tribal population spread all over country but mainly found in the states of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Almost all of their settlements are in hilly and forested areas but each tribe has its own way of establishing themselves in their specific [ ].
Fourteen years after the appearance of his first book, Talbot brought out a truly scholarly work in four volumes entitled, The Peoples of Northern Nigeria. He was still of opinion that "The striking resemblance between the Nigerian cults and those of [ P.
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Many of the tribal styles are well known and well represented in museums and private collections outside Nigeria. Others are almost totally unknown or unreported. Among the latter are the sculptures of a number of small socalled pagan, or non-Moslem, tribes of the Northern Region.
that tribal passions run high in politics, and in Nigeria just now they are threatening to break the country violently apart. Tribalism is a pejorative word - among Africans no less than among their European critics.
Yet one wonders whether, in Nigeria at any rate, it is the right word to use. Nigeria has dozens of tribal and linguistic groups. And in all three cases, murder was the primary weapon used to facilitate the expulsion of these 'outsiders' and 'invaders.'" - (Godfrey Mwakikagile, Ethnic Politics in Kenya and Nigeria (Huntington, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.,), p.
; the expulsion of Igbos from Northern Nigeria also cited in Africa Contemporary Record (London. From up till about 20 ethno-crisis have been documented across Nigeria. Although, most of these crises occurring in Northern Nigeria had religious and political undertone the crises in the south, east and western regions were conspired by land and resource control.
 Nigeria’s “Middle Belt,” which includes Kaduna, Jos (Plateau State), and Abuja, is a region of central Nigeria populated by diverse ethnic groups. It is where majority Muslim northern Nigeria and majority Christian southern Nigeria meet and clash, particularly over land use and during election season.
Mustafa B. Ibrahim; The Fulani - A Nomadic Tribe in Northern Nigeria, African Affairs, Vol Issue1 AprilPages –, by: 4. Sects & Social Disorder: Muslim Identities & Conflict in Northern Nigeria, edited by Raufu Mustapha, – Mwaura, P.
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GOO Tribalism in Nigeria C \LfSM is the state of existence in sepcrate tribes of a feeling of love for one's. men and the women folks in Northern Nigeria and Kebbi in particular. Addressing the problems and challenges of girl-child education in Kalgo LGA has become necessary in view of not only the ignorance of rural dwellers on the importance of education, but also the dehumanizing practice of keeping the girl-child out of school.
Significance of Study. Ode John has done a study which presented the argument on how ethno-religious conflict affects the Igbo man in the Nigerian nation.
In his book C.A.N. My Foot: The Reckless Utterance of a Wilful President, he described the sorry plight of the Igbo people in Nigeria; each time ethnicity,Cited by: 1.
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Northern Nigeria and the southern part of Niger procured some of their slaves by this method. In the Sokoto Caliphate of modern Nigeria and in the Nilotic Sudan, slave raiding was sometimes a state affair. Many slaves from the Sokoto Caliphate came from southern Adamawa in Cameroon or from the lands beyond Bornu.
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