Complete JSS3 History Lesson Note

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This lesson notes cover the following topics for JSS3 First, Second and Third Term History:


  1. Origin and nature of Trans-Saharan Trade.
  2. Commodities traded during Trans-Saharan Trade:
  • Gold
  • Salt
  • Horse
  • Slaves
  • Ostrich feathers
  • Spices, etc.
  1. Trade routes during Trans-Saharan Trade:
  • Borno-Tripoli route
  • Kanem Borno –  Sudan route.
  • Kano- Fezzan route.
  1. Effects of Trans-Saharan Trade:
  • Introduction of international trade.
  • Introduction of the use of camels as a means of transportation.
  • Introduction of slave trade across the Saharan.
  • Introduction of Islam and Arabic language.

Encouraged interaction between North Africa and West Africa, etc.

Week 5 – 7: Origin and Organisation of Trans-Saharan Trade.

  1. Nature of early European contacts with Nigeria.
  2. Early Europeans that came to Nigeria:
  • European Explorers  (e.g Mungopark, H. Clapperton, Richard and John Lander (i.e. the Lander Brothers, etc.)
  1. Nature of Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade:
  • Organisation
  • Impact
  • Abolition of Trans-Atlantic Slave trade.
  1. The Legitimate Trade (i.e the trade of Palm Oil).

Week 8 – 10: Revision

Week 11 – 12: Examination



Week 1 – 4 : British colonization of Nigeria Territories

  1. British contact with Nigeria:
  • As explorer
  • As traders
  • As missionaries
  1. How the British conquered Nigerian Territories:
  • Signing of treaties
  • Waging of wars.
  1. British system of colonialism:
  • Direct rule
  • Indirect rule.

Week 5 – 7: The Evolution of the Nigeria State.

  1. The Berlin Treaty:
  • Major reasons for the treaty.
  • Major features of the treaty
  1. The roles of the Royal Niger Company in Nigeria Territories.
  2. Colonial concept and administration of Nigeria territories.

Week 8 – 10: The Amalgamation of Nigeria

  1. Meaning of Amalgamation
  2. Reasons for the Amalgamation of Nigerian Territories.
  3. Key personalities and their roles in the Amalgamation of the Nigeria Territories:
  • Taubman Goldie.
  • Lord Laggards
  • The European Missionaries
  • Nigerian Traditional Rulers etc.

Week 11 – 12: Revision and Examination


Week 1: Revision of last term

Week 2 – 4: The Amalgamation of Nigeria (Cont.)

– Advantages of amalgamation

– disadvantages of Amalgamation

– Process of Amalgamation

Week 5 – 7: The independence Nationalists Movement

– meaning of Nationalism

– Nationalist movement in British west Africa

-factors that contributed to Nigeria Nationalism

– External factors

– the Nature of Nigerian Nationalism

Week 8 – 10: People involved in the struggle for Nigeria’s independence

– Attainment of Independence in 1960



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