3 edition of History of the Cameroon found in the catalog.
History of the Cameroon
Tambi Eyongetah Mbuagbaw
|Statement||Tambi Eyongetah Mbuagbaw, Robert Brain, Robin Palmer.|
|Contributions||Brain, Robert, 1933-, Palmer, Robin H.|
|LC Classifications||DT572 .E96 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||88190663|
Cameroon - Cameroon - History: From archaeological evidence it is known that humans have inhabited Cameroon for at le years, and there is strong evidence of the existence of important kingdoms and states in more recent times. Of these, the most widely known is Sao, which arose in the vicinity of Lake Chad, probably in the 5th century ce. Cameroon Culture An Overview of the cultural traditions and African customs of Cameroon People.. Cameroon culture is emblematic of Cameroon's diversity. With a population of just under 20 million people living on 50% of Cameroon land size (, sq. km) and consisting of over ethnic groups Cameroon cultural and traditional customs is as diverse as it could be.
Southern Cameroons was the southern part of the British mandate territory of British Cameroons in West Africa. Since it has been part of the Republic of Cameroon, where it makes up the Northwest Region and Southwest Region. Since , pressure groups in the territory claim there was no legal Document in accordance to UNGA RES paragraph 5, and are seeking to restore statehood and Capital: Buea. The root of the 'anglophone problem' in Cameroon may be traced back to , when the political elites of two territories with different colonial legacies - one French and the other British.
Brief History of Cameroon French Cameroons achieved independence in as the Republic of Cameroon The modern state of Cameroon was created in by the unification of two former colonies, one British and one French The formerly French and British regions each maintained substantial autonomy Ahmadou Ahidjo, a French-educatedFile Size: 2MB. Renowned Professor of History, Victor Julius Ngoh will launch a book on the history of Cameroon today in Yaounde. The book titled ‘The History of Cameroon fron to present’ will be launched at the Yaounde City Council ad tries to retrace the path the country has gone through since colonisation till present date. The [ ].
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History and Culture republic of Cameroon: Economy of Cameroon, Ethnic Relations, Religion, Ethnic Cultural differences, Government and leadership, tourism in Cameroon, Education in Cameroon.
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The Perils of Belonging: Autochthony, Citizenship. The explorers of Portuguese reached its coast in the 15th century and it was named Rio dos Camaroes, which was later called Cameroon in English. Germans ruled over Cameroon in and at that time people started calling Cameroon by the name of Kamerun.
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Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available History of Cameroon Since Victor Julius Ngoh. Presbook, - Cameroon - pages.
0 Reviews. Cameroon. The book was presented by the Ambassador of France’s office in Cameroon to an NAB missionary. Colgate, Susan H. Jeanne F Carrière, Miriam Jato, Damaris Mounlom. Nurse and Community in Africa, The. Yaoundè, Cameroon: Editions CLE.
i–xv, 1– pages. One of the authors, Cameroonian Miriam Jato, is a. Cameroon History for Secondary Schools and Colleges: Colonial and post-colonial periods. Volume 2 of Cameroon History for Secondary Schools and Colleges, Verkijika G. Fanso Author. All in all it goes down in our history as a book to know and name.
Genuine Intellectuals by Bernard Fonlon; Written by whom we now call the Socrates of Cameroon, this book is like Plato’s The Republic, only geared towards higher education in developing countries, particularly Cameroon.
It’s a treatise on what universities ought to serve the youth. Pre-Colonial History. Cameroon’s legacy of ethnic diversity dates back to 8, BCE with the migration of the Baka people into the country’s modern-day borders.
By BCE, an influx of Bantu-speaking tribes into the southern and eastern regions of the country had pushed the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published2nd ed. Description: VII, Seiten: Illustrationen ; 23 cm. The Bamenda highlands, Cameroon. Syndication International Ltd., London The country’s name is derived from Rio dos Camarões (“River of Prawns”)—the name given to the Wouri River estuary by Portuguese explorers of the 15th and 16th centuries.
A Brief History of Cameroon Arrival of the Europeans. Although the Portuguese arrived on Cameroon's coast in the s, malaria prevented From German Colony to League of Nation Mandates.
Beginning inall of present-day Cameroon and parts of several of Struggle for Independence. In Author: Alistair Boddy-Evans. This book focuses on the process of and the underlying motivation/philosophy for the provision of schools and the expansion of education in Cameroon.
It offers an examination of the role of missionary agencies, successive colonial and national governments and private agencies (confessional and lay) in the establishment of schools within the context of social, economic, cultural and political Author: George Epah Fonkeng.
Introduction to the History of Cameroon by Martin Njeuma, MarchPalgrave Macmillan edition, Hardcover in EnglishPages: The country of Cameroon is split into two language segments: Anglophone and Francophone Cameroon.
In order to present a little context make-up of the country, I thought I’d give a short history/cultural lesson. After World War I inCameroon was split between the France and the United Kingdom with France receiving the larger portion. David Quammen traces the history of AIDS in his new book, The Chimp and the River.
He says AIDS began in Cameroon around when. Cameroon from its discovery by a Portuguese to its independence from Britain and France in the s. It also includes an overview of the developmental state of the country and uses.
Both Togoland and Cameroon are sandwiched between British and French colonies. Within weeks of the start of the war military action begins on the borders. By early the British and French are in control of both German colonies. The two allies divide Togo and Cameroon between them, administering the regions adjacent to their own colonies.
French Cameroon became independent in as the Republic of Cameroon. The following year the southern portion of neighboring British Cameroon voted to merge with the new country to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon. Ina new constitution replaced the federation with a unitary state, the United Republic of Cameroon.
Early history. The earliest inhabitants of Cameroon were probably the Baka (Pygmies). They still inhabit the forests of the south and east provinces. Bantu speakers originating in the Cameroonian highlands were among the first groups to move out before other invaders. The Birds of Cameroon: Their Status and Distribution is a landmark in Cameroonian ornithology and will find its place in the hands of any naturalist interested in Cameroon.
Additionally, the book offers over stunning pictures of birds, for the pleasure of any nature lover in Cameroon and Africa in general.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ngoh, Victor Julius.
History of Cameroon since Limbe: Presbook, (OCoLC)Cameroon is sometimes referred to as a “true African crossroads” not only because of its geographical position, but also because of the country's great variety of ethnic groups and spoken this end Cameroon can in many ways be considered a microcosm of the history of the African continent.