4 edition of Old Calabar revisited found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by S.O. Jaja, E.O. Erim, B.W. Andah.|
|Contributions||Jaja, S. O., Erim, E. O., 1943-, Andah, Bassey W.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.C35 O43 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||91220290|
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The Calabar River in Cross River State, Nigeria flows from the north past the city of Calabar, joining the larger Cross River about 8 kilometres ( mi) to the south.
The river at Calabar forms a natural harbor deep enough for vessels with a draft of 6 metres (20 ft). The Calabar River was once a major source of slaves brought down from the interior to be shipped west in the Atlantic slave y: Nigeria. page 38 note 1 Horseburgh v.
Bogle, AC9/, High Court of Admiralty of Scotland, National Archives of Scotland. Included in the bundle of documents is Horsburgh's account book of the voyage of the Hannover and letters written by Horsburgh from Old Calabar, Barbados, and St.
Kitts. The letter from Horsburgh to the Glasgow syndicate dated Barbados, 1 Novembermentions his long Cited by: 5. Calabar is often described as the tourism capital of Nigeria, especially due to several initiatives implemented during the Duke Administration (), which made the city the cleanest and environmentally friendliest city in Nigeria.
Administratively, the city is divided into Calabar Municipal and Calabar South Local Government has an area of square kilometres ( sq mi) and Country: Nigeria. Calabar, formerly Old Calabar, town and port, capital of Cross River state, southeastern lies along the Calabar River, 5 miles (8 km) upstream from that river’s entrance into the Cross River estuary.
Settled in the early 17th century by the Efik branch of the Ibibio people, the town became a centre for trade between Europeans on the coast and Africans farther inland.
On Electrical Fishes: with a description of a new Species of Malapterurus from Old Calabar, received from the Rev. Old Calabar revisited book M. Waddell, Missionary there. A rare original article from the Proceedings of The Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, by Murray, Andrew and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Duke Abashy of Old Calabar-is reproduced in Paul E.
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Scottish geographical magazine. nised at Old Calabar, and a short but sharp campaign ofthree months sufficed to put an end to it. The towns belonging to thetruculent natives were burned, and a wholesome lesson given to the inhabi-tants of the power of law and order. Calabar High School Old Boys Association, Kingston, Jamaica.
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of east longitude, and has a population of nearlyruled by a king, who resides at Creek Town, the principal place in Old Calabar, and delegates the power of.
Old Calabar. Calabar is the region of the Cross River Delta in Nigeria that Cubans call Carabali. This cultural area extends into Cameroon. Old Calabar Rediscovered, Nkparom C. Ejituwu. The Multidisciplinary Approach to African History; essays in honor.
history of the ancient city of calabar. Akwa Akpa, known to European colonists as Old Calabar or Duke Town, was an Efik city-state that flourished in the 19th century in what is now southern Nigeria. Although it is now absorbed into Nigeria, traditional rulers of the state are still : Jide Daniel.
CALABAR SUMMER SCHOOL. Calabar summer school runs for three weeks during the month of July. It is a mixture of academics and recreation. All students at all levels are welcome. It is open to both boys and girls from other schools. Costs and offerings will vary from year to year.
ForSummer School runs from July 8- Referred to as "Old Calabar" in the historical sources, this busy port was located on the eastern side of the Calabar River at the confluence with the Cross River and was the center of a vast network of international trade extending to the Grassfields region of Cameroon and to the Benue River valley directly : David Imbua, Paul Lovejoy and Ivor Miller.
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Get the best rates and book your Calabar hotel now. Full Calabar Hotels List No Booking Fees Best Price Guarantee Book Now, Pay later. CALABAR (or OLD Calabar), a seaport of West Africa in the British protectorate of Southern Nigeria, on the left bank of the Calabar river in 4° 56' N., 8° 18' E., 5 m.
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Calabar, the capital of Cross River State, is an ancient town located in south-eastern Nigeria on the bank of the Calabar River. Known to European sailors as far back as the 15th century and recognized as an international sea port since the 16th century, Calabar was a major slave trade port from the late 17th to 19th centuries.
Old Calabar River; from sketch surveys Old Calabar River; from sketch surveys Natural Scale, 1:[Admiralty Chart] London.The Story of the Old Calabar: a guide to the National Museum at the Old Residency, Calabar Imprint [Lagos, Nigeria]: National Commission for Museums and Monuments, c Calabar’s earliest colonial rulers were the Portuguese who coined the name "Old Calabar." The name existed until The Portuguese were attracted by the rich supply of food resources.
During this time, Calabar also emerged as one of busiest slave-trading depots in Africa.