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  • Biographies of Nigerian leaders(119 clicks)
    "On this page you will find biographies on some key Nigerians and thier roles in Nigerian history from pre-independence up to January, 1966, when Nigeria experienced its first ever military take-over."
  • British Imperialism In Nigeria: Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta(112 clicks)
    Documents on early British colonial expansion, including "treaties of protection," in Urhobo lands and in Nigeria's Western Niger Delta in 1890s.
  • Domesticity and Difference(101 clicks)
    Domesticity and Difference: Male Breadwinners, Working Women, and Colonial Citizenship in the 1945 Nigerian General Strike
  • Domesticity and Difference(108 clicks)
    Domesticity and Difference: Male Breadwinners, Working Women, and Colonial Citizenship in the 1945 Nigerian General Strike
  • G. I. Jones Photographic Archive of Southeeasten Nigeria(119 clicks)
    This site is a research resource. It was designed to make these photographs available to people who have a personal or professional interest in the art of Southeastern Nigeria.
  • History of Nigeria(110 clicks)
    Good site
  • National Archives of Nigeria(132 clicks)
    Enugu Branch. Guides, Indices and Finding Aids by U.O.A. Esse
  • Nigeria(134 clicks)
    Overview. More than just history
  • Nigeria(142 clicks)
    From African Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Nigeria: Historical Overview(181 clicks)
    Comprehensive site.
  • Nigerian History(148 clicks)
  • Nigerian History(123 clicks)
  • Tribal Studies in Northern Nigeria(128 clicks)
  • URHOBO WAADO, Web Site of Urhobo Historical Society(111 clicks)
    A comprehensive website that searches and analyzes the history and culture of Urhobo, a major ethnic group in Nigeria's Niger Delta. It also devotes space to Niger Delta matters, especially its environment and the relationship between the Niger Delta and Nigeria.
  • Widowhood Among the Igbo of Eastern Nigera(129 clicks)
    It should be "noted that many cultural beliefs and practices surrounding widowhood ceremonies have seemingly survived largely unchanged in modern Igbo society."