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The Izon of the Niger Delta

edited by Ebiegberi Joe Alagoa, J.P. Clark

The Izon of the Niger Delta is a global history of the Izon, Ijo, or Ijaw people from their homelands in the Niger Delta, through Nigeria, the West and Central African coastlands, and in the Africa diaspora into Europe, the America's and the Caribbean. It is a preliminary study which raises questions and opens ground for further research. The book provides chapters that take an overview of issues on the environment of the Niger Delta, an analysis of the Ijo population, the language, culture, resources, history and linkage to the rest of Nigeria and the world. In effect these chapters provide a synopsis of the Ijo in the past and their situation in the present.

ISBN 9789788195009 | 870 pages | 244 x 170 mm | B/W Illustrations and Maps | 2009 | Onyoma Research Publications, Nigeria | Paperback




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