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Page 21 - The Mande Trade," 12. 15 W. Bosman, A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea,
Page 42 - 1 See AW Lawrence, Trade Castles and Forts of West Africa (London, 1963). ^.G. Davies, The Royal African Company, 2nd edition, (New York, 1970), 6.
Page 74 - A. van Dantzig, "Effects of the Atlantic Slave Trade on Some West African Societies," 263. "Ibid., 264; also see Postma, "Origins of African Slaves,
Page 97 - P. de Marees, Beschryvinghe ende Historische Verhael van het Gout Koninckrijck van Cunea, 224. "OWIC 52, August 30, 1637, clause 5.
Page 43 - Voyages," The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Trafiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, VI, 200, 204, 208; de Marees, Beschryvinghe, 223; and Vogt's discussion of a voyage by John Lok: Portuguese Rule, 103.
Page 42 - JD Page, Ghana (Madison, 1959), 48. 4 John Vogt, Portuguese Rule on the Gold Coast, 1469-1682 (Athens, Georgia, 1979), 7. 5 Ibid., 125-126. "Ruy de Pina, in Europeans in West Africa, JW Blake, trans, and ed., (London, 1942), I, 73. The identification of
Page 113 - The correspondence between the ward division and the company division was so complete that ... many Asafo companies were given names that seem to have been primarily meant for wards." "The Asafo System,
Page 113 - Jones, ed., German Sources for West African History, 1599-1669, 318; also 187, note 206. 29 R. Kea, Settlements, Trade, and Politics in the Seventeenth Century Gold Coast, 131-132. Also, P. De Marees, Beschryvinghe, 91, 179, 254. The word often used to refer to the young men was "Mancebo,
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The King of Drinks: Schnapps Gin from Modernity to Tradition
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