Nigeria country studies

Nigeria country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Early History
Early States Before 1500
The Savanna States, 1500-1800
The Slave Trade
The Nineteenth Century
Usman Dan Fodio and the Sokoto Caliphate
The Yoruba Wars
Abolition of the Slave Trade
Commodity Trade
Royal Niger Company
Influence of the Christian Missions
Colonial Nigeria
Extension of British Control
Frederick Lugard
Unification of Nigeria
Further Development of Colonial Policy
Emergence of Nigerian Nationalism
Independent Nigeria
Politics in the Crisis Years
Civil War
Military Government in the Postwar Era
The Gowon Regime
The Regime of Murtala Muhammad
Preparations for the Return to Civilian Rule
The Obasanjo Regime
The Second Republic, 1979-83
Return to Military Rule
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Climate
Population
Census History
Population Growth Rate
Ethnicity
The Northern Area
The Southern Area
Ethnic Relations
Contemporary Society
Social Structure
Women
Religion
Indigenous Beliefs
Islam
Christianity
Urbanization
Education
Health
Welfare
The Economy
The Colonial Economic Legacy
The Role of Government in the Economy
Income Distribution
Labor
Agriculture
Crops
Irrigation
Livestock
Forestry
Fisheries
Manufacturing
Mining, Oil, and Energy
Oil and Gas
Banking and Finance
Government
The First Republic
Military Intervention and Rule
The 1966 Coups, Civil War, and Gowon's Government
The Muhammad and Obasanjo Government
The Buhari Regime
The Babangida Government
Political Transitions
The Second Republic
The Third Republic
Federalism
The Civil Service
Interest Groups
Foreign Relations
Bibliography

http://nigeriaunmission.org/
http://www.genderindex.org/country/nigeria


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