By Ann Brower Stahl
Drawing on facts from a number of disciplines, Ann Brower Stahl reconstructs the day-by-day lives of Banda villagers of west primary Ghana, from the time that they have been drawn into the Niger exchange (around 1300 advert) until eventually British overrule was once proven early within the 20th century. The case examine goals to heavily combine views drawn from archaeology, background and anthropology in African experiences.
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