Anangues (annangues ou anaangues) são um grupo étnico[1] nigero-congolês que vive no litoral sudeste da Nigéria, ocupando oito dos trinta e um governos locais do estado Akwa Ibom, nomeadamente Abak, Essien Udim, Etim Ekpo, Ika, Ikot Ekpene, Obot Akara, Oruk Anam e Ukanafun.

Um Anangue

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  • Brink, P. J. (1989) The Fattening Room among the Annang of Nigeria. Medical Anthropology 12 (1) p. 131 - 143.
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  • Livingstone, W. P. (1916) Mary Slessor of Calabar: Pioneer Missionary, BiblioBazaar, ISBN 1426432909.
  • Meek, C. K. (1937) Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe. Oxford, England. Oxford University Press ISBN 0389040312.
  • Noah, Monday Effiong (1988) Proceedings of the Ibibio Union 1928-1937.
  • Messenger, John Cowan (1957). Anang Accultruations: A Study of Shifting Cultural Focus. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University 
  • Nair, Kaanan. K. (1972) Politics and society in South Eastern Nigeria, 1841-1906;: A study of power, diplomacy and commerce in Old Calabar (Cass library of African studies. General studies), London, Frank Cass, ISBN 0714622966.
  • Udo, E. U. (1983) The History of the Annang People, Calabar, Nigeria. Apcon Press Ltd.
  • Umoh, E. (2004) Annang Map with Boundaries, Plano TX. USA.
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  1. «Our Story». Indigenous People of Biafra USA (em inglês). Consultado em 27 de junho de 2019 

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