Sir George Goldie
was another architect of Empire, who at the time held jurisdiction over the Royal Niger Company
. Though he was married, some sort of affair—probably consummated, according to this account—may have begun...
was about eleven when the great influence of the African imperialist George Goldie
(whose biography she was later to write) came into her life. When he answered yes to the question whether he had...
In an unsigned article in the Times, FS
coined the name Nigeria to apply to the territories under the jurisdiction of Sir George Goldie
and the Royal Niger Company
Callaway, Helen, and Dorothy O. Helly. “Crusader for Empire: Flora Shaw / Lady Lugard”. Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance, edited by Nupur Chaudhuri and Margaret Strobel, Indiana University Press, pp. 79-97.
's prose works included a discursive and elusive autobiography, and a biography: Sir George Goldie
, Founder of Nigeria, A Memoir. This was, she said, a record of her conversations with Goldie...