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Flora Shaw (Lady Lugard D.B.E.).
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It was actually Lord Lugard's wife, Miss Flora Shaw, that proposed the name Nigeria for our country. This was done in an article that she wrote for the London Times on January 8th She and Lugard got married five years later in June after which she became known as . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Flora Shaw is best known as a journalist with strong views on imperialism, who influenced both official policy and the British public through her position as colonial editor for the believed that journalism was the best way for her, as a woman at that time, to exercise political influence. John Grisham’s The Pelican Brief: Summary & Analysis. In the novel The Pelican Brief a young female Law Student named Darby Shaw writes a brief describing a theory she has on the murder or two Supreme Court Justices. It was a legal shot in the dark for Darby, a brilliant guess. The book made you think about who you can and can’t.
Abstract. The woman described is Flora Shaw, colonial editor of the Times of London. The words are those of the African traveller Mary Kingsley, whose sharp-edged remarks reflect the fact that she held Shaw responsible for the newspaper ignoring her books about West : Dorothy O. Helly. Flora Shaw invented the name Nigeria, in the period after her work for the Manchester Guardian, and before she became Colonial Editor for the Times. Shaw, whose life would make a fascinating biopic, was once Sir George Taubman Goldie's lover (the founder of the United Africa Company, later to become the Royal Niger Company), and later, in
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Flora Shaw, Lady Lugard (–) was the first female reporter for The Times, and colonial editor from to She travelled widely, and wrote hundreds of articles promoting the British Empire and in favour of its expansion as a world power. She became very involved in South African.
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The book captures the spirit of the British Empire in its heyday with Flora Shaw at the helm of one of its most influential voices, The Times newspaper. The list of colourful characters interwoven throughout the pages reads like the Who’s Who of British political power and influence, culture and high society/5(4).
‘Flora Shaw gives the name Nigeria’ Copyright © Hogarth Blake Ltd All rights reserved. Please refer to the terms & conditions page for more Size: KB. Flora Shaw's origins – and indeed early adult life – gave no indication of what she would afterwards achieve.
One of the fourteen children of a British army-officer who would later be a general, and of a mother of French stock from Mauritius, her earliest published work consisted of morally-elevating and conventional children's literature.
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Flora L. Shaw 0 followers Dame Flora Louise Shaw, Lady Lugard, DBE the daughter of an English father, Captain (later Major General) George Shaw and a French mother, Marie Desfontaines, was a British journalist and writer/5.
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Flora Louise Shaw was born on 19 December in Woolwich, the daughter of Captain George Shaw (), an officer of the Royal Artillery and Marie Adrienne Josephine (née Desfontaines) () of Mauritius.
The fourth of fourteen children, the family consisted of four brothers and nine sisters, the first and last of whom died in infancy.
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Book Review: Living Floral. Living Floral: Entertaining and Decorating With Flowers. As we approach spring at a glacial pace around here, we can all use a large dose of colorful floral inspiration. Which is why I’m so happy to have received an advance copy of. Shaw, Flora (–)British journalist and staunch advocate of imperialism whose articles played a vital role in educating both the public and politicians about the British Empire.
Name variations: Lady Lugard; Dame Flora Shaw. Born Flora Louise Shaw in December in Kimmage, Ireland; died in Abinger, England, on Janu ; daughter of George Shaw (a general) and Marie (de.
Flora Shaw Stewart (), pioneer and hotelkeeper, was born on 28 August at Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, eldest of seven children of John Young, journeyman blacksmith, and his wife Catherine, née Christie.
Here in this white bread, with a burning lamp and an overflowing pool of thoughts, I put ink on paper. Though it is not much compared to that at Woolwich, I like the shelter here.
A Tropical Dependency: An Outline of the Ancient History of the Western Soudan With an Account of the Modern Settlement of Northern Nigeria by Flora L.
Shaw. Paperback $ This book has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature. This forms a part of the knowledge base for future Brand: Alpha Edition. Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, 1st Baron Lugard, GCMG, CB, DSO, PC (22 January – 11 April ), known as Sir Frederick Lugard between andwas a British soldier, mercenary, explorer of Africa and colonial administrator.
He was Governor of Hong Kong (–), the last Governor of the Southern Nigeria Protectorate (–), the first High Commissioner (– Alma mater: Royal Military College, Sandhurst.Flora Shaw passed away on Janu at the age of 82 in Upland, California.
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