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Author: Monday Efiong Noah
ISBN13: 978-9782275202
Title: Ibibio pioneers in modern Nigerian history
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Language: English
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Publisher: Scholars Press; 1st edition (1980)

Ibibio pioneers in modern Nigerian history by Monday Efiong Noah

Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-165) and index. Geographic Name: Nigeria History. Rubrics: Ibibio (African people) History. ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin.

Monday Efiong Noah’s Followers (13). Monday Efiong Noah’s books. Ibibio Pioneers In Modern Nigerian History.

The Journal of African History. Old Calabar: The City States and the Europeans, 1800–1885. By Monday Efiong Noah. Uyo (Nigeria): Scholars' Press, 1980.

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Monday Noah in his work "Ibibio Pioneers in Modern Nigerian History" writes: The Ibibio occupy mostly the mainland parts of the Cross River State and constitute the fourth largest ethnic group in Nigeria. The major Ibibio sub-groups include the Oron, Eket, Ibuno, and Annang and there are also some Ibibio communities in most of the fishing settlements along the estuary of the Cross River. The Efik people of Calabar are descendants of Ibibio people.

Monday Efiong Noah, Proceedings of the Ibibio Union 1928-1937. Modern Business Press Ltd, Uyo. Council of Traditional Rulers, Mbiabong Etim, briefing to Mbiabong Etim Graduates Forum on origin and migration of Mbiabong Etim people of Ini LGA, Akwa Ibom State, 2009. Ikpe, Emmanuel Dominic, Ibibio Nation" 2018. University of Uyo student's Union Government.

History has it that the Western Niger was controlled by chiefs of the four primary ethnic groups the Itsekiri, Isoko, Ijaw and Urhobo with whom the British government had to sign separate "Treaties of Protection" in their formation of "Protectorates" that later became southern Nigeria. Proceedings of the Ibibio Union 1928-1937. News on the Niger Delta. Urhobo Historical Society (4 August 2003).

The Ibibio have lived in the CrossRiver area of modern day Nigeria for several hundred years, and while written information about them only exists in colonial records from the late 1800s on, oral traditions have them in the region much earlier than this. With common ancestors, the Ibibio also include the Annang and the Efik, Oron and Eket with combined population of over ten million References. Monday Efiong Noah, Proceedings of the Ibibio Union 1928 - 1937.

1 History of Calabar Kingdom. 2 States and Leadership in Calabar Kingdom. 3 Colonial Calabar Kingdom. 4 Role of Calabar Kingdom in Nigerian Independence. 5 People of Calabar Kingdom in Present Day Nigeria. The Calabar Kingdom produced the first Nigerian Professor, Professor Eyo Ita, who was the pioneer champion of youth movement in Nigeria for independence. He later became the first Premier of the former Eastern Region of Nigeria, and a member of the Nigerian team that negotiated Nigerian independence in Britain. People of Calabar Kingdom in Present Day Nigeria. The people of old Calabar Kingdom have history for self determination. They champion for the creation of the Cross River/Ogoja/River (COR) state after Nigerian independence. Noah, Monday Efiong, Proceedings of the Ibibio Union 1928-1937. Modern Business Press Ltd.

Many Nigerian historians are at present engaged in the study of various aspects of the history of their country. Both micro and macro history deserve further study, analysis, and interpretation. Professional historians in Nigerian universities are in the vanguard of the present phase of meaningful activity in the study of Nigerian history. The study of political history remains a continuing challenge. the first attraction in this sphere of activity is the study of the large kingdoms and states as well as the study of the large non-centralized ethnic groups. the history and ethnography of Benin, Oyo, Sokoto, Kanem-Bornu, Nupe, Tiv, Igbo, and Efik have received much attention from Nigerian and foreign scholars. Boniface I. Obichere.