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Technical change and the small farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria

D. W. Norman

Technical change and the small farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria

by D. W. Norman

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Published by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University in East Lansing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural development -- Nigeria,
  • Farms, Small -- Nigeria,
  • Agricultural innovations -- Nigeria

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David W. Norman, David H. Pryor, Christopher J. N. Gibbs.
    SeriesAfrican rural economy paper -- no. 21., Sahel, documents and dissertations -- AS 336.
    ContributionsPryor, David H., Gibbs, Christopher J. N., Michigan State University. Dept. of Agricultural Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17809808M
    OCLC/WorldCa6870157

      FRIEDRICH W. SCHWERDTFEGER, Hausa Urban Art and its Social Background: external house decorations in a northern Nigerian city. Berlin: LIT Verlag (hb e – 3 4). , pp. Friedrich Schwerdtfeger is a professor of architecture at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, northern Nigeria. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Hausaland Divided: Colonialism and Independence in Nigeria and Niger (The Wilder House Series in Politics, History and Culture) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

    Civil war between Northern/Western and Eastern Nigeria () - Biafra rebels were defeated in January First Military Rule () Oil boom in the s promoted widespread corruption among the military. Hausaland Divided: Colonialism and Independence in Nigeria and Niger (Wilder House Series in Politics, History, and Culture) by William F.S. Miles () on 5/5(1).

    Hausa People Work by: Karen Bergmann Found mostly in Southern Niger and Northern Nigeria Hausa groups also found in Cameroon, Sudan, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, and Ghana Term “Hausa” refers to the language spoken Frequently tied to Fulani group through intermarriage and geographical proximity Muslim Historical & Cultural Information Hausaland comprised of many emirates with allegiance. Hausa words for farm include farm, gandu and gona. Find more Hausa words at !


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Technical change and the small farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria. East Lansing, Mich.: African Rural Economy Program, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.

Daura, in northern Nigeria, is the oldest city of Hausa of Gobir, also in northern Nigeria, speak the oldest surviving classical vernacular of the language.

Historically, Katsina was the centre of Hausa Islamic scholarship but was later replaced by Sokoto stemming from the 19th century Usman Dan Fodio Islamic reform. The Hausa are culturally and historically closest to other Benin: 1, Northern Nigeria was an autonomous division within Nigeria, distinctly different from the southern part of the country, with independent customs, foreign relations and security it acquired the territory of the British Northern Cameroons, which voted to become a province within Northern l: Lokoja, (–), Zungeru.

‘Technical Change and the Small Farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria’, AREP, no (Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Michigan, ). Google Scholar Author: Eric Clayton. Technical change and the small farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria.

East Lansing: Michigan State University. East Lansing: Michigan State University. Google ScholarCited by: 5. Book Description: The land, labor, credit, and trading institutions of Marmara village, in Hausaland, northern Nigeria, are detailed in this study through fieldwork conducted in two national economic cycles - the petroleum-boom prosperity (in ), and the.

The Fulani, through their version of violent Islam, have succeeded in taking over both the political and economic control and command of the Hausaland.

They have ensured Hausa children lack access to qualitative education. A recent survey of Northwest Nigeria shows that for every 10 university graduates, all 10 are Fulani. The land, labor, credit, and trading institutions of Marmara Northern Nigeria book, in Hausaland, northern Nigeria, are detailed in this study through fieldwork conducted in two national economic cycles - the Author: Sara Berry.

THE HAUSA TANNERS OF NORTHERN NIGERIA and the production of Sokoto tanned goatskins By Malcolm J. Lamb Basic History of Nigeria Nigeria has a population of approximately 85 million and two distinct regions, North and South, both of which have fascinating histories. Murray Last, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, University College London and internationally reknowned scholar in the field of the study of Arabic manuscripts in the Northern Nigeria region, presented a paper on “The Book in the Sokoto Caliphate”and the Islamic tradition of learning.

countries. The traditional settlements of the Hausa people of Northern Nigeria which are described in this article might, perhaps, come into this category. Because of the short life and high maintenance costs of Hausa traditional con- struction, new building methods and materials are now being introduced which.

Most young people in Nigeria, and even across Africa, hardly dream of working in agribusiness. Almost every young person in the urban areas wants to wear a suit and work in an office. I used to be one of them (mentally, at least). In this article, I’ll share some of the insights I have learned from my four years as an urban farmer in Lagos.

for research with respect to cropping systems in the small farm setting and especially in tropical areas. Vegetational Diversity and Pest Abundance: TwoAuthor: Deborah K Letourneau.

Bayajidda (Hausa: Bàyā̀jiddà) was, according to the legends surrounding most West African states before the 19th century, the founder of the Hausa states. Most accounts say that Bayajidda came from dda came first to Borno where he was given one of the Mai's daughters as a wife, and then later lived for a while in Hausaland where he married the Queen of Daura, who also gave.

Karimu, J.A. and Richards, P. The Northern Area Integrated Agricultural Development Project: the social and economic impact of planning for rural change in northern Sierra Leone. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of Geography, Occasional Papers, New Series 3.

Google ScholarCited by: Hausa represents a place (Hausaland), a people (the Hausas), a language and a culture that spans multiple West African Nations, with a heavy concentration in Northern, Nigeria. This is a comprehensive overview of the Hausa people, arts, culture, history language and much more.

ENJOY. - Find anything - anytime on Logbaby. An aspect of the traditional Maguzawa Hausa religious traditions, Bori became a state religion led by ruling class priestesses amongst some of the late pre-colonial Hausa States.

Islam, present in Hausaland since the 14th century, was largely restricted to the region's rulers and their courts at. Filling a gap, this study presents a comprehensive history of Nigeria's diverse peoples.

The first two chapters provide a geographical and archaeological background. The main body of the work is divided into three sections: Nigeria Before ; Nigeria in the 19th century: and Nigeria in the 20th century. Contributors cover a multitude of different issues andregions such as the Benin Kingdom 1/5(1).

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This book began with a theft. Inas my two-year stint as a Peace Corps high school teacher in south-central Niger was drawing to a close, my home was broken into and my precious JVC shortwave radio/cassette recorder-player -- a gift from my father -- was stolen.

In pre-colonial days, southern Nigeria was more likely than northern Nigeria to have little political organization beyond the village level During colonial days, Britain strengthened the authority of the traditional chiefs, often resulting in.Re: HAUSALAND: Teach Me Hausa by Nobody: am On Jbluv From the way I learn and the little I've been able to learn thus far, "Dan" means "Son" which is why "Dan Uwa" or "Dan Uba" or "Dan baba" or "Dan Gote" etc all can be translated as "Son of my mother" or "Son of my Father" or "Son of baba" or "Son of Gote" etc respectively.The sale of wood by peasants in northern Nigeria to urban people helps augment the small cash incomes of rural households.

For example, estimates show that almost three-quarters of Kano city’s yearly requirement is ab tonnes of firewood (NAP, 16).