To speed the assimilation process, the government established Indian schools that attempted to quickly and forcefully Americanize Indian children. The clan was a federation of groups of close blood relatives tracing their descent from a common ancestor.
Cameron also appointed Arden-Clerk, who served in Abaji in the s, as the chief adviser on native administration. But apart from the first two opened by the N. Individual hunts could be carried out either during the day or night, using dogs. However, military expeditions were carried out in order to keep trade routes open.
The general population of the hill settle was estimated in the early phase of British rule as nearly 36, dispersed fairly uniformly with slightly higher aggregations near the more open and level upland areas The major change was the creation of the offices of District Heads, who subsequently became chiefs in their respective communities.
Areas without chiefs had district heads as earlier mentioned in the administrative re-organization was arbitrarily appointed for them. King Philip's War[ edit ] Main article: Thus, it is stated that they were able to participate in the process of change because their traditional character ensures for them the support of the vast majority of the people, which enables them effectively to carry out their many duties.
Local resistance movements had some advantages in these conflicts, including strategic value of fighting on their own soil and mastering of the terrain, but they could not ultimately overcome the Maxim gun.
The trio worked hand in hand to guarantee absolute obedience and orderliness in the xploitation and plunder of the human and natural resources in our area of study. A small portion of the tribe is still in that part. One colonial official in described the social organization of the Abaji villages in the following words: Such was the case everywhere, particularly in the area under sturdy.
This generally took place on the farms of people that were indisposed or ill. They eat their first meal out of the same calabash. They store their grains in sheaves and sprinkled with ashes to preserve it from insects and kept in rumbus from seven to eight feet high.
This was seen as a token of submission by the conquered people and importantly, the revenue generated was to be used in financing the newly created administrative structures. In order to accomplish this, Congress wanted to establish private ownership of Indian land by dividing reservations, which were collectively owned, and giving each family their own plot of land.
After the occupation of the area of study inthe British began to set up administrative structures by appointing political officers to manage and run the affairs of the region.The history of Native Americans in the United States began in ancient times tens of thousands of years ago with the settlement of the Americas by the Paleo-Indians.
Anthropologists and archeologists have identified and studied a wide variety of cultures that existed during this era. The Native Authority System in Northern Nigeria, A Study in Political Relations with Particular Reference to Zaria Native Authority A.
D. Yahaya Department of Political Science, Ahmadu Bello University, - Tribal government - pages.
The Native Authority (NA) system was the first colonial system of local government administration whereby indirect rule and exploitation was the order of the day. A unified local government system was.
The Native Authority (NA) system was the first colonial system of local government administration whereby indirect rule and exploitation was the order of the day. A unified local government system was. a history of native authority system in abaji, by mohammed aliyu abubakar u05hs department of history faculty of arts ahmadu bello university, zaria-nigeria.
Quick History of the National Park Service.
This action was a major step in the development of today's truly national system of parks—a system that includes areas of historical as well as scenic and scientific importance. But the President has authority.Download