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Efik traders of Old Calabar

Cyril Daryll Forde

Efik traders of Old Calabar

containing The diary of Antera Duke, an Efik slave-trading chief of the eighteenth century, together with An ethnographic sketch and notes

by Cyril Daryll Forde

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Published by Dawsons of Pall Mall for the International African Institute in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Calabar (Nigeria),
  • Nigeria,
  • Calabar
    • Subjects:
    • Duke, Antera -- Diaries.,
    • Slave-trade -- Nigeria -- History -- 18th century.,
    • Efik (African people),
    • Slave traders -- Nigeria -- Calabar -- Diaries.,
    • Calabar (Nigeria)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [161]-162.

      Statementby Donald C. Simmons, and an essay on The political organization of Old Calabar, by G. I. Jones.
      ContributionsDuke, Antera.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT1394.N5 F6 1968
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 166 p.
      Number of Pages166
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5661322M
      ISBN 100712902198
      LC Control Number68109085


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Book Description. Originally published in this book contains extracts of the 18th century diary of an Efik chief and documents the activities of slave-traders, the rituals of the Egbo society and many details of domestic life of among the Efik. This volume includes an English translation to the diary which was originally written in Pidgin.

: Efik Traders of Old Calabar.: xiii, pp, small lineage, bibliography. Contains the Diary of Antera Duke-in Pidgin t/w an Ethnographic Sketch and Notes and an essay o the Political Organization of Old Calabar. Clean and tight in a neat repaired unclipped wrapper.

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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 gh it is now absorbed into Nigeria, traditional rulers of the state are still recognized.

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Simmons --An essay on the political organization of Old Calabar / by G.I. sibility. page 51 note 39 The genealogy follows Latham, Old Calabar, Regarding ages of Efik notables, in Henry Nicholls, representing a British African association, met principal Efik trader Ekpenyong Ofiong (whom he referred to as Egbo Young Eyambo), and estimated his age at between sixty and seventy years of age.

The Efik king, also known as the Obong of Calabar, still (as of ) is a political power among the Efik. The Efik and indeed the people of the Old Calabar kingdom were the first to embrace western education in present-day Nigeria, with the establishment of Hope Waddel Training Institute, Calabar in and the Methodist Boys' High School.

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Simmons, and an essay on The political organization of Old Calabar, by G. Jones ; edited by Cyril Forde. 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. Description: Originally published in this book contains extracts of the 18th century diary of an Efik chief and documents the activities of slave-traders, the rituals of the Egbo society and many details of domestic life of among the Efik.

This volume includes an English translation to the diary which was originally written in Pidgin. Originally published in this book contains extracts of the 18th century diary of an Efik chief and documents the activities of slave-traders, the rituals of the Egbo society and many details of domestic life of among the Efik.

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together with An ethnographic sk 5/5(2). Download In his diary, Antera Duke (caca) wrote the only surviving eyewitness account of the slave trade by an African merchant. A leader in late eighteenth-century Old Calabar, a cluster of Efik-speaking communities in the Cross River region, he resided in Duke Town, forty-five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in what is now southeast Nigeria.

Originally published in this book contains extracts of the 18th century diary of an Efik chief and documents the activities of slave-traders, the rituals of the Egbo society and many details of domestic life of among the Efik.

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In his diary, Antera Duke (caca) wrote the only surviving eyewitness account of the slave trade by an African merchant. A leader in late eighteenth-century Old Calabar, a cluster of Efik-speaking communities in the Cross River region, he resided in Duke Town, forty-five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in what is now southeast Nigeria.

Efik, Efut, Qua, Ibibio, Annang and Oron (Uya ). In this article, Old Calabar will be used in the second sense, since almost all the local merchants in Old Calabar were of Efik extraction.

It was they who made Old Calabar a major centre of the Atlan tic slave trade on the West African coast. Efik Traders of old Calabar. [Daryll Forde] Home.

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