8 edition of Trade and politics on the Gold Coast, 1600-1720 found in the catalog.
Trade and politics on the Gold Coast, 1600-1720
K. Y. Daaku
|Series||Oxford studies in African affairs|
|LC Classifications||HF3899.G64 E83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 219 p.|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||75524227|
Adjustment and Equity in Developing Countries series. It seems rather unlikely, however, that the Dutch travelled through vast gold fields in order to establish a fort kilometres inland. The Historian in Tropical Africa. Deveau, Jean-Michel Page, Melvin E.
Paris: Organisation for Economic Co- operation and Development, It can be seen on the personal, family, communal, and continental levels. Together, they represent one of the longest and most sustained assaults on the very life, integrity, and dignity of human beings in history. Traders could benefit immensely from theft, plunder, kidnapping, ransoming, and the sale of human beings as commodities. Baltimore Fohlen, Claude
The entry says that the trading post was situated 30 miles from the coast. Miller, Joseph C. Rediscovering Ghana's Past. West, Jenny.
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Correspondence Relating to the Ashanti War, Various governments and communal institutions developed means and policies that limited the trade's impact.
Asante and Its Neighbours, De Quieros Mattoso Katia Sockoloff, Slavery in the Development of the Americas. Project Gutenberg e-book s. Dalton, John T. Pedagogy of the Oppressed.
Biss, Harold C. Preliminary Report on the Census. Accra: People's National Party, London,: Bogle-L'Ouverture Publications. The people on the West African coast were organized into numerous populations that were drawn according to kinship lines.
Boahen, A. Adjaye, J. Duncan, Alex, and John Howell. London: Cambridge University Press. Alcohol was regarded as a luxury, except in Muslim communities, where it was prohibited. Wilks, 1. Over time, the Portuguese vessels added another commodity to their cargo: African men, women, and children.
The Ashanti Campaign of Further Papers Relating to the Ashantee Invasion. 1600-1720 book Princeton University Press, Brazil and the Caribbean each received about nine times as many Africans.
Under the command of Diogo de Azambujathe fleet set sail on 12 December and arrived at Elmina, in a village called Of Two Parts  a little over a month later, on 19 January Law, Robin. The overarching result of African migration during the slavery era was an "American" culture, neither "European" nor "African," created in a political and economic context of inequality and oppression.
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History ofWest Africa, vol. Reynolds, E. London: Allen and Unwin, politics on the Gold Coast, a study of the African reaction to European trade. (Oxford Studies in African Affairs.) xviii, pp. Oxford: Clarendon Press, £ The period covered by this book ( would be more accurate than the dates on the title-page) was the great formative period in the pre-colonial history of the Author: D.
H. Jones. Aug 29, · The Acting Governor of the Gold Coast concurred with Tudhope in a covering despatch to the Secretary of State noting “that it is impracticable, at present, to develop an export trade on any large scale, and I should be inclined to pursue a policy of encouraging by precept, in the form of itinerant instructors, and by example, in the form of.
The trans-Atlantic slave trade is considered by many to have been a major shock to Africa, one that transformed African economies and contributed to long-term poverty. In this paper I combine data from the Transatlantic Slave Trade Database and the Anglo-African Trade Statistics to document some of the ways West Africans responded to the demand and technology shocks of the slave trade – how.
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Structural Adjustment and the African Farmer. London: Overseas Development Institute, Ewusi, Kodwo. John Canoe was the European name given to an Akan warrior from (), Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast - ; a Study of the African Reaction to European Trade (in German), London: Clarendon, ISBN X (Based on the author's thesis "Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast, –", University of London) Heyden, Ulrich Died: circaFort Fredericksburg?