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Niger Ibos.

George Thomas Basden

Niger Ibos.

by George Thomas Basden

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Published by Barnes & Noble in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Igbo (African people),
    • Ethnology -- Nigeria

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515 .B34 1966a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination456 p.
      Number of Pages456
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5977056M
      LC Control Number66003675
      OCLC/WorldCa419767

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      Niger Ibos, a description of the primitive life, customs and animistic beliefs, &c., of the Ibo people of Nigeria by one who, for thirty-five years, enjoyed the privilege of their intimate confidence and friendship. The book is a first of its kind by an Ibo man who sees the urgent and pressing need to preserve the Igbo language, traditions and cultural heritage, so that our children and future generations of Ibos and Ibo lovers will be educated and passed on the Igbo diction and the people's source of strength and power. It will also prepare anyone on what.

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0 Reviews. From inside the book. Niger Ibos by G. Basden,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). The Ibo people, who form nearly onehalf the Niger Ibos.

book of Southern Nigeria, occupy the country lying mainly between the Niger and Cross rivers, a huge tract extending from the coast to 70 N. lat. There is a westerly extension across the Niger. The Ibos are not homogeneous, important variations occurring in the extensive area by:   Among the Ibos of Nigeria is the work of the British missionary George Basden.

He lived with the Ibos for many years, recording the complexities of their culture at all stages in life, from childhood to the intricate rituals surrounding death, for his white European s: 4. After reading Weston Price's book on Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, I felt compelled to learn more about primitive cultures.

That's why I started this book, Among the Ibos of Nigeria. Published inthis book is about George Basden's long-term stay with the Ibo people of Nigeria/5(2).

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Author: George Thomas Basden ISBN: LCCN Genre: Ethnology File Size: MB. George T. Basden, an early 20th-century Anglican missionary, lived in Nigeria for decades and wrote the most detailed account, “Among the Ibos of Nigeria.” (“Ibo” is an alternative. Z.; Niger Ibos, African Affairs, Volume XXXVII, Issue CXLVIII, 1 JulyPages –, politics is a dirty game they say,the thing I shall hate till end of my life, it makes street boys to be the rulers, slaves and servants to rule their masters, because they can muster the majority, when politics came to Nigeria first, our country was made three regions, our section was eastern region and Ibos were counted in majority, in the.

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The Ibos, the Nupes and Nnamdi Kanu can actually be snuggled into the Zone A of Niger State. This means that the whole of Iboland is not up to half of Nupeland.

I want to repeat that Professor A.E. Afigbo categorically emphasized on that page 24 of his book that the Ibo people did not originate from Israel or the Middle East but that.This page was last updated: Apr Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date.

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