Guns and Society in Colonial Nigeria: Firearms, Culture, and Public Order

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INDEX
Abacha, Sani, 258, 265
Abayomi, Moronfolu, 225–27, 239
Abdallah, Raji, 167
Abeokuta, 35–36, 65, 105, 136, 158, 229
Abeokuta Local Merchants Committee, 105
abolitionism, 41
Achebe, Chinua, 84, 193–94
Action Group, 148, 182, 184, 186
Adamawa Province, 164
Adelabu, Adegoke, 182–83
Adeoye, Tafa, 269
Adeshina, Olusegun (Shina Rambo), 265
Adubi War, 145, 163, 171
advertisement, 13–14, 75, 121, 134
Agbekoya uprising, 269–70
Ago-Iwoye, 105
agriculture, 10, 70, 108, 179
agriculturist, 178
Ajasa, Kitoyi, 226–27
Akpa, 37
Alakija, A. A., 80, 248
Alao, Abdul-Azeez Arisekola, 257–58
ammunition, 1–3, 5, 18, 31, 35–36, 38–40, 49–50, 55, 58, 81, 93–94, 131, 136–37, 141, 146, 159, 161–62, 168, 198, 202, 211, 233, 236–37, 261–62
ancestor, 11–12, 234
ancestress, xiii
Anglican missionaries, 35
animal, xi, 22, 43, 57, 61–62, 64–66, 67–71, 74, 122, 124, 126–29, 131–33, 136–40, 143, 149, 178–79, 205, 213–14, 244, 246, 259–60
Anini, Lawrence, 264–65
antelope, 8, 119, 129, 133, 259
Arab, 29
archeology, 46
Aredi, 105
armed robbery, 20, 24, 59, 194–97, 200, 202, 208–9, 218, 255, 260–66, 271
Armed Robbery and Firearms Tribunal, 262
Armistice Day, 86
armory, 49, 136, 196, 201, 212, 238, 242–44
arms registry, 13, 20, 74, 77, 238, 240
Aro expedition, 50
Arondizuogu, 38, 89
Ashogbon Police Force, 208
assassin, 120, 182–83, 199
Association of West African Merchants, 101–2, 105, 108–10
Atlantic ocean, 6, 29–30, 32, 39, 42
autobiography, 112, 146
Awolowo, Obafemi, 85, 216
Axis powers, 101
Ayetoro, 98, 102
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 85, 157, 171, 173, 183
Babangida, Ibrahim, 264–65
Badagry, 96, 99, 178
bank, 2, 8, 104, 120, 177, 195, 198, 262, 266–67
Bank of British West Africa, 195
bankruptcy, 104, 198
Barbot, John, 29–30, 32
Barth, Henry, 29, 40–41, 51

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