how did the appearance of Europeans in the nineteenth century alter/affect Ibo society?

Jun 29th, 2016
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Citing specific evidence from Achebe's Things Fall Apart (not from the textbook), how did the appearance of Europeans in the nineteenth century alter/affect Ibo society? 

paper must follow this format:

  • font size 10 or 12 only
  • one-inch margins
  • double-spaced
  • page number citations for your quoted evidence
  • not to exceed one (1) page
  • name at the top left
  • must have brief introduction and conclusion paragraphs (each not to exceed two sentences)
helpful link: Chinua Achebe helpful link.docx 

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Towards the end of the nineteenth century most European states moved to Africa and different
parts of the world where they built up colonies. Nigeria was amongst other African countries that
got guests who were on a colonizing mission; presenting their religion and society that is ...

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