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land resources of Southern Sardauna and Southern Adamawa provinces, Northern Nigeria

Michael George Bawden

land resources of Southern Sardauna and Southern Adamawa provinces, Northern Nigeria

(with a short study of the high altitude grasslands)

by Michael George Bawden

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Published by Directorate of Overseas Surveys (Land Resources Division) in Tolworth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

In folder with 2 maps in pocket.

Statementby M.G. Bawden and P. Tuley.
SeriesLand resource study -- 2
ContributionsTuley, P., Great Britain. Land Resources Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination120p. :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21696466M

  In , Southern Nigeria was joined with Northern Nigeria to form the single colony of Nigeria. The badge of this larger Southern Nigeria was the palm tree, the elephant and the mountain ridge common for all British West Africa. On 1 January the Southern Protectorate became a part of British Nigeria Colony named Southern Provinces.


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