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The Ijaye in Diaspora, 1862-1895: Problems of Integration and Resettlement

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Ijaye, a strong military state in Yorubaland in the first half of the 19th century, collapsed in 1862. This city-state was destroyed and its people forced to scatter to different places. This paper examines the process and problems of the integration of the Ijaye into different host communities. It also examine people's attempts to establish and administer a new settlement in the last decade of the century.

Affiliations: 1: University of Ife, Ile Ife, Nigeria


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