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Eurafricans In Western Africa: Commerce, Social Status, Gender, and Religious Observance from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century
Introduction - Western Africa: ecological zones & human geography - Commercial networks: Biafada-Sapi, Banyun-Bak & Cabo Verdean-Lancado - Portuguese, Luso- Africans & European competitors - WesternExpand
Peanuts and Colonialism: Consequences of the commercialization of peanuts in West Africa, 1830–70
The commercialization of peanuts on the Upper Guinea Coast began along the Gambia River in the early 1830s, expanded to southern Guinea and northern Sierra Leone in the late 1830s, and Senegal andExpand
The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century. An Historical Compendium
Liberia, Kru| Newark, Del., Liberian Studies Association in America, 1972, 123p., Liberian Studies Monograph Series, 1.
'Portuguese' Style and Luso-African Identity: Precolonial Senegambia, Sixteenth-Nineteenth Centuries
Preliminary Table of Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Evolution of "Portuguese" Identity: Luso-Africans on the Upper Guinea Coast from the 16th to the Early 19th-Century 2. Sixteenth andExpand
ON MANDE POPULATION MOVEMENTS, COMMERCIAL NETWORKS, AND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS FROM THE ATLANTIC WET PHASE (ca. 5500-2500 B.C.) TO THE PRESENT *
IIn this paper I discuss known and probable migrations and areas of settlement of proto-Mande and Mande-speaking groups during eight climate periods spanning the past eight millennia. RecentExpand
Landlords And Strangers: Ecology, Society, And Trade In Western Africa, 1000-1630
Western Africa - the environmental setting language groups and social organizations the development of Western African commercial networks - an overview Mande caravan routes linking Senegambia, theExpand
Landlords and strangers
Reports of chimpanzee natural history, including tool use, in 16th- and 17th-century Sierra Leone
Several Portuguese language sources from the 16th and 17th centuries document observations of chimpanzees in Sierra Leone, made by Eur-African traders, Jesuit priests, and their informants. TheyExpand
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