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Published by Northern Nigerian Pub. Co. in Zaria .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Borno State (Nigeria)

Subjects:

  • Borno State (Nigeria) -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Bala Usman & Nur Alkali.
ContributionsUsman, Yusufu Bala, 1945-, Alkali, Nur.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS (ONLINE)
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 236 p. :
Number of Pages236
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1643089M
ISBN 109781692405
LC Control Number91197918

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  ‘This is an important book for all those interested in pre-colonial African history. It provides new insight in the history of the ancient empire of Borno. More generally, its emphasis on Borno’s unchanging territorial identity calls into question received notions on the nature and sources of political power in Africa, in the past and present.’. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Studies in the history of pre-colonial Borno in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content.   Usman Y. B. (ed) and Alkali M. N. () Studies in the History of Pre-Colonial Borno, Zaria: NNPC. Usman Y. B. and Kwanashei, G. A. (eds) Inside Nigeria History Events: Issues and Sources (Presidential Panel on Nigeria: Since Independence), University of Ibadan. Usman Y. B. (ed) and Alkali M. N. () Studies in the History of Pre-Colonial Borno, Zaria: NNPC. Usman Y. B. and Kwanashei, G. A. (eds) Inside Nigeria History Events: Issues and Sources (Presidential Panel on Nigeria: Since Independence), University of Ibadan.

  Idris of Borno in c. as produced by late Prof. M. Al-Hajj in “Studies in the History of Pre-colonial Borno” Letter From Uthman B. Idris, the Sultan of Borno to Barquq, the Mamluk, Sultan of Egypt c A. D. Praise be to God to who created writing as a means of communication between distant men, an interpreter between neighbors, a vehicle of greeting between friends, a source of .   The Pagan districts of Margi in southern Borno and Adamawa such as Mulgwi, Madubu, Izge Damboa and Izge Gwoza, Uba Borno and Adamawa, Bazza, Uba mayo bani, Madagali, Kopa and Moda in Adamawa and Borno states, were not subdued (Bala usman and Nur Alkali, Edited ) studies in the history of pre-colonial Borno, page Nothern Nigerian Publishing Company. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Ashcroft, Bill, Post colonial studies: the key concepts / Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths & Helen Tiffin. – 2nd ed. p. cm. Previous ed. published under title: Key concepts in post-colonial studies. Buy A History of Borno by Vincent Hiribarren from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £

Studies in the History of Pre-colonial Borno. N. Alkali; Unesco General History of Africa, Volume III. Africa from the Seventh to the Eleventh Century. much more than any other holy book. The present debate about the extent of slavery in pre-colonial Borno began with an essay by Muhammad Nur Alkali, 'Economic factors in the history of Borno under the Seifuwa', published in i Here, Nur Alkali stated: 'With regards to the peasantry the cultivation of the land was done almost. Rather than dealing with the distant past, or with Boko Haram, Hiribaren’s book seeks instead to ‘establish the history of the spatial framework of Borno’ (p. 3). He claims that under the Shehus of the al-Kanemi dynasty, Borno had a strong sense of territoriality which would be taken over, recycled, and perhaps fossilised, by the British. The Kanem–Bornu Empire existed in areas which are now part of Chad and was known to the Arabian geographers as the Kanem Empire from the 8th century AD onward and lasted as the independent kingdom of Bornu (the Bornu Empire) until The Kanem Empire (c. –) was located in the present countries of Chad, Nigeria and Libya. At its height it encompassed an area .