This book paints a vivid picture of life in Ghana, through the stories of Ghanaians themselves. Including a brief historical background – of the sixteenth-century states trading in ivory, gold, and slaves, the effect of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, and of British colonial rule – the book traces the growth of modern Ghana.
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