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Bonny became a slave trade brokerage state, and remained so until the ending of the slave trade in the early 19th century, at which point it turned to palm oil as a source of income.

In 1991 it was named the capital of the state, to replace the port of Lagos.What follows is only a bare outline of information.Presently this covers: Abeokuta, Abomey, Abuja, Adamawa, Agaie, Akim, Aku, Akwa Akpa, Akwamu, Argungu, Asante (Ashanti), Bassa Cove, Bauchi, Benin, Biram, Bonny, Bono, Brass, Burkina Faso, Calabar, Cape Verde Islands, Caulker States, Cote d'Ivoire, Dagomba, Dahomey, Daura, Daura-Baure, Daura-Zango, Denkyira, Duketown, French West Africa, the Gambia, Ghana, Grand Dieppe, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Gurma, Gwandu, Gwiriko, Ibadan, Ife, Ilorin, Jama'are, Kano, Katsina, Kayor, Kebbi, Ko-Frensa, Kong, Kororofa, Koya-Temne, Lagos, Laria, Liberia, Little Popo, Mandingo, Maryland, Misau, Mississippi, Nigeria, Nupe, Old Calabar, Opobo, Oyo, Petit Dieppe, Port Cresson, Porto Novo, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sokoto, Suleja, Walo, Whydah, Wolof, Zamfara, and Zaria.The Mossi still predominate to this day; they comprise about 60% of the population, with the nearest competitors (Mande at about 10% and Fulani at about 9%) running very distant second and third.A frontier post almost on the line between Niger and Nigeria, 12 miles (19 km.) east of Daura.Zango became the capital of the expelled heir to the Hausa Kingdom of Daura after the Fulani conquest of that state. It was absorbed into the British Empire at around the turn of the 20th century, but it's hereditary leaders continue to be recognized by their people as their sovereigns.

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