Accommodation and Assimilation in the Landlord-Stranger Relationship

@inproceedings{Mouser1980AccommodationAA,
  title={Accommodation and Assimilation in the Landlord-Stranger Relationship},
  author={B. Mouser},
  year={1980}
}
The -landlord-stranger relationship, as it applied to arrangements between Africans as owners of the land and Europeans seeking to settle or trade upon Africa's west coast during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, was all things to all parties. Africans saw these agreements as tending to contain Europeans within specified zones and forcing them to abide by African contractual regulations and proscriptions. By controlling foreigners, landlords could regulate the introduction of change and… Expand

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