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I was in Africa when I read this book and was absolutely fascinated with her writiing about the slave trade and how the British tried to stop it.
It was a ver enlightening book to read, I enjoyed it in particular, as it seemed that Nigeria Reviews: 1.
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Author: Thorp, Ellen, ; Format: Book; p. illus. 21 cm. Milton once wrote that England held precedence in “teaching nations how to live”.This book tells a story of a cetury’s work by Britain in teaching Nigeria “how to live”.It opens with the arrival at Lagos,in ,of Benjamin Campbell,the first British Consul closes with the arrival in Britain,in ,of African delegates from:Lagos,coming to lay before Her Majesty’s.
The birth of modern Nigeria from to independence is the subtitle of this book. It is an excellent historical record of British involvement in Nigeria. However, the title and tag line are a bit misleading.
The book does in fact cover a period much earlier with a few anecdotal references being as early as Reviews: 3.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thorp, Ellen, Ladder of bones. London, Collins  (OCoLC) Document Type. Ladder of bones by Ellen Thorp,Cape edition, in EnglishPages: The Broken Ladder provides an abundance of ways to think through the problems of inequity and offers, as a key step, the opportunity for self-reflection.
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Leon is guilt-ridden for having promised to return the bones of his father to China for burial—a promise he has never been able.