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British Colonialism and Nigeria.

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British Colonialism and Nigeria.
Colonial Nigeria refers to the area of West Africa, which became the modern day Nigeria , during the time British rule in the 19th and 20th centuries. British influence began with prohibtion of slave trade, British subjects in 1807. The resulting collapse of Afican slave trade led to the decline and eventually collapsed the Edo Empire. Britain annexed Lagos in 1861 and established the oil river protectorate in 1884. British influence in the Niger area increased gradually over the 19th century, but britain did not effectively occupy the area until 1885. Other European powers acknowledged Britain's power over the area in the 1885 Berlin Conference.
Introduction
When was Britain colonizing in Nigeria?
Exploration by Brtish govrnment for slave tradeing.
When did Nigeria become independant?
Nigeria became independant in 1960.
Who made all the important decisions?
The Bitsh government made most if not all decisions.
How many major political parties emerged?
Three major political parties emerged.
By the end of what year did the British fully conquered and colonized nigeria?
The British conqured and colonized nigeria by the 1800's.
What was a major resource in Nigeria?
Gold was the major resoures in Nigeria.
List of Questions
The Savanna makes cereal farming and hering a way of life for the Hasua an the Filani.
The tropical forests they are south, they are good for farming fruits and vegtables.
As for the coastal wetland the groups that live here have to keep their villages small due to dry lands.
Nigeria was a land of peace and prosperity where poeple thrived.
British colonies had started to apper and Nigeria was going to be part of them.
Research
Modern Nigeria dtes from 1914, when the British Protectorates of Northern and Sounthern Nigeria were joined. The country became independant on October 1, 1960, and in 1963 adopted a republican constitution but elected to stay a member of the Common wealth. The first Republic was replaced by the military, which ruled for 13 years. The second Republic lasted from 1983, followed by another 15 years of military rule.
Conclusion
By Kyra M, Yadi A, Tony A
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https://www.infoplease.com/encyclopodia/world/nigeria-history.ntml
https://www.britishempire.co.uk
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https://www.nigeriabritishcolonialsim.com
https://BritishcolonialismNigeria.com

Bibliography Continued
A general overview is Harold D Nelson (ed), Nigeria, 4th ed. (1982), Reuben K.
Udo, Geographical Regions of Nigeria. (1970); K.M. Barbour et al.,Nigeria in maps. (1982); and K.M. Buchanan and J.C. Pugh, Land and People in Nigeria. (1955, reissued 1966), are standard geographic texts. Akin L.
Mabogunje, Urbanization in Nigeria (1968), contains detailed studies of Lagos and Ibadan,W,T,W.
Morgan, Nigeria (1983), is a good survey of physical and cultural environment. Toyin Falola and S.A.
Olanrewaju (eds), Transport Systems in Nigeria (1986), Presents information on the transport network; and Toyin Falola and Tola.
Perce (eds), Child Health in Nigeria: The impact of a depressed economy (1994) , is valuable on the health conditions. Ekps Eyo, Two Thousand years, Nigeria Art (1977), traces the development of this aspect of nigeria's culture.
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