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Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta

by Peter P. Ekeh

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Published by Urhobo Historical Society .
Written in English

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  • Fiction,
  • History,
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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13165774M
    ISBN 109780649255
    ISBN 109789780649258

    Prest was born in February to a white English father from Liverpool who was a ship's captain and a colonialist, and an Itsekiri Princess Nigerian mother, Princess Mami Ogbe who was the daughter of the Olu of Warri. He was an officer in the Nigerian police force, and the first Nigerian commissioned police studied law in England, and registered at the supreme court of Nigeria in. British treaties of trade and protection with Urhobo communities, ss / compiled and introduced by Peter P. Ekeh; The origins of Sapele Township / T.E.A. Salubi; Document: Planning for the first school in Sapele: request for a teacher from Great Britain, ; Beginnings of Christianity in Urhoboland and western Niger delta / Samuel U.

    ↑Abner Cohen, Urban Ethnicity. Routledge, ISBN ↑ Peter Palmer Ekeh, Warri City and British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Historical Society. . where hundreds of stores list millions of items.

    A prefatory statement on Warri City and Western Niger crisis / Urhobo Historical Society Pitfalls in Itsekiri leaders forum's challenge to British colonial treaties / Peter Ekeh British treaties and ownership of Warri: a response to J.O.S. Ayomike's claims / Daniel Obiomah. Warri City and British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta. Urhobo Historical Society. Ekeh, Peter P., ed. T.E.A. Salubi: Witness to British Colonial Rule in Urhoboland and Nigeria. Urhobo Historical Society. Erivwo, Samuel U. A History of Christianity in Nigeria: The Urhobo, the Isoko, and the Itsekiri. Daystar Press. http.


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Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta by Peter P. Ekeh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta edited by Peter Ekeh This is the first book to be published by the Urhobo Historical Society, which was formed in to preserve and promote the history and culture of the Urhobo people of the Niger Delta region.

Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta Paperback – January 1, by Peter P. Ekeh (Editor)Format: Paperback. WARRI CITY & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta.

Edited by Professor Peter Ekeh. Foreword by Senator David Dafinone. Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta is a documentation of European contacts with Nigeria ’s Niger Delta and its peoples, focusing on British colonization of the indigenous people of Warri City in the s.

Other Books from Urhobo Historical Society Ekeh, Peter P., editor (), Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta. Lagos, Nigeria: Urhobo Historical Society. Ekeh, Peter P., editor (), Studies in Urhobo Culture. Lagos, Nigeria: Urhobo Historical Society. Urhobo Historical Society’s books are distributed in the United.

The Kingdom Of Warri (Warri Kingdom) Or Iwerre kingdom is a part of the Nigerian traditional states that is Akin To The itsekiri People In Warri and around the world. The Olu (king) of Warri kingdom is the head of the Itsekiri people in warri and the world.

Warri is an inland port on one of the Niger River channels in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta Studies in Urhobo Culture History of the Urhobo People of Niger Delta T.

Salubi: Witness to British Colonial Rule in Urhoboland & Nigeria. 15 J. Ayomike, A History of Warri (Benin City, ); Ayomike et al., Warri: a Focus on the Itsekiri (Pittsburgh, PA, ); P. Ekeh, Warri City and British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta (Buffalo, NY, ); Ekeh (ed.), History of the Urhobo People of Niger Delta (Buffalo, ); O.

Ikime, Niger Delta Rivalry: Itsekiri-Urhobo. The Urhobo Historical Society (UHS) will this Friday, Octo begin its 5th Annual Conference with the launching of a book entitled: "Warri City and British Colonial Rule in Western Niger.

Salubi: Witness to British Colonial Rule in Urhoboland & Nigeria is a remarkably lucid autobiographical account of the rich experiences of a man whose eventful life spanned the extent of British colonialism in the Western Niger Delta and Nigeria. Adogbeji Salubi was born at the beginning of British colonial rule in Urhoboland, in the hinterland of Western Niger Delta.

Warri City and British colonial rule in Western Niger Delta. [Buffalo, N.Y.]: Urhobo Historical Society, ( printing) (OCoLC) Online version: Ekeh, Peter Palmer, Warri City and British colonial rule in Western Niger Delta.

[Buffalo, N.Y.]: Urhobo Historical Society, ( printing) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. History of The Urhobo People of Niger Delta is the most comprehensive compilation and study of various aspects of the history of the Urhobo people of Nigeria's Niger Delta. It begins with an examination of the prehistory of the region, with particular focus on the Urhobo and their close ethnic neighbour, the Isoko.

The book then embarks on a close assessment of the advent of British 5/5(2). Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta (). Books. Contributors. Publishers. Banners. Collections. Stuff.

Subscribe. Contact. Log in Olomu and Development of Urhoboland and Western Niger Delta edited by Peter Ekeh, Onoawarie Edevbie, Peter Ishaka Urhobo T.E.A.

Salubi edited by Peter Ekeh Urhobo Historical Society, Nigeria Warri City & British Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta. Warri City and British colonial rule in Western Niger Delta (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Warri City and British colonial rule in Western Niger Delta. [Peter Palmer Ekeh; Urhobo Historical Society.].

Salubi: Witness to British Colonial Rule in Urhoboland & Nigeria is a remarkably lucid autobiographical account of the rich experiences of a man whose eventful life spanned the extent of. History of The Urhobo People of Niger Delta is the most comprehensive compilation and study of various aspects of the history of the Urhobo people of Nigeria's Niger Delta.

It begins with an examination of the prehistory of the region, with particular focus on the Urhobo and their close ethnic neighbour, the Isoko. The book then embarks on a close assessment of the advent of British. J.O.S Ayomike, A History of Warri (Benin City: Ilupeju Press, ) Daryll Forde, The Benin Kingdom and the Edo-Speaking Peoples of South-Western Nigeria with a section on the Itsekiri (London: International African Institute, ) Obaro Ikime, Niger Delta Rivalry 8.

Njoku, Pre-Colonial Economic History of Nigeria, A documentary history of British colonial rule in Nigeria's Western Niger Delta, focusing on controversies on ownership of the lands of Warri City by the.

Rua de Warri Nome local Warri Geografia País Nigéria Estado Delta Coordenadas 5° 31′ N, 5° 45′ L Funcionamento Estatuto Cidade portuária (d), entidade territorial (en) Identificadores Website editar - editar código-fonte - editar Wikidata Warri é uma cidade no estado Delta na Nigéria, com uma população na faixa de mais de um milhão de pessoas.

O povo de Warri. Salubi: witness to British colonial rule in Urhoboland & Nigeria: Warri City and British colonial rule in Western Niger Delta: Where gods and mortals meet: continuity and renewal in Urhobo art: Wilberforce Conference on Nigerian Federalism: 社会的交換理論.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.Delta State (recognized on Aug ) is an oil and agricultural producing state in is situated in the region known as the South-South geo-political zone with a population of 4, (males: 2,; females: 2,).

The capital city is Asaba, located at the northern end of the state, with an estimated area of square kilometres ( sq mi), while Warri is the.It could be traced to the British colonial rule in that part of Nigeria when the principle of ethnic and national autonomy was preserved through the doctrine of indirect Rule introduced by Lord Frederick Lugard.

During this period, Warri and other towns were established in the ’s which gave birth to other systems of local administration.