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- Willem Bosman's New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea : How Accurate is It?
- Willem Bosman
- History in Africa
- A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea: Divided Into the Gold ...
Willem Bosman's New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea : How Accurate is It?
Willem Bosman. Knapton, A. Bell, R. Smith, D. Midwinter, W. Haws, W. Davis, G. Strahan, B. Lintott, J. Round, and J. Of the common and uncommon Wildfowl Bird. Ler ro of the Religion and Idolatry of the Negroes. They frequently treat one another, and impart a Portion of their Superfluity to the Neceffitous. The meaner Sort content After which I had frequent opportunities of seeing and talking with the disconsolate mother, who never could see an infant without a very melancholy reflection on the fate of her own, which always extorted briny tears from her.
The following year the like event happened to a priest's wife. She was delivered of two children, which, with a slave, instead of his wife, he was obliged to kill and sacrifice with The Son never eats what the Father is restrained from, as the Daughter herein follows the Mother's Example; and this Rule is so strictly observed amongst them, that 'tis impossible to perswade them to the contrary, pp. A man of integrity is as rare among them as a white falcon Every person entering into any obligation is obliged to drink this swearing liquor.
When any nation is hired to the Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive. Part 2: Slave trade in the Atlantic world.
This contribution presents a catalogue of material culture used in the gold Coast before , as it is represented in published written sources. The author points out the importance of available sources on this topic, which contrasts with their rather limited and often improper use. He suggests the geographic scope of this tool could be broadened. Written sources, I argued, can be crucial for identifying objects in terms of chronology, geography, use and significance. Taking the Gold Coast as a possible example, I finished a first draft for a short book on these lines in , but I have never found time to prepare it for publication. Today it would probably make more sense to turn my original project into a website potentially extendable to other regions and periods.
History in Africa
Randy J. Annamaboe, located on the Gold Coast in modern-day Ghana, was a sleepy Fante fishing village when Dutch traders arrived there in Like other Atlantic towns and cities, Annamaboe grew as a conduit for trade. Its traders funneled African trade goods -primarily enslaved peoples but also gold, maize and other provisions - to Europe and the Americas and it brought in a variety of products from Europe and around the world in exchange - fabrics, metals, manufactured goods, alcohol and tobacco - and distributed those goods into the interior. The Atlantic world is defined by the movement of goods, ideas and peoples around it, and much of that movement operated through the urban hubs that grew up around the Atlantic.
This article briefly examines the consequences of the European presence on the Gold Coast, focusing on archaeological, ethnographic, and historical data from the African settlement of Elmina, Ghana. Documentary sources indicate that there was extensive change in sociopolitical institutions, economic relations, and other aspects of Gold Coast society in the centuries following the advent of European trade in the late fifteenth century. Archaeological survey and excavation of some 30 structures at Elmina similarly indicates a great deal of change in construction technology and material culture during the post-European contact period. However, examination of artefact patterning and associations indicates that in certain respects there was little change in terms of people's shared world view and belief systems.
Willem Bosman. Knapton, A. Bell, R. Smith, D. Midwinter, W.
A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea: Divided Into the Gold ...
Preface; 1. Of the Gold Coast in general; 2. Of the Antese Country, with the English and Dutch forts there; 3.
A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea, divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts : containing a geographical, political and natural history of the kingdoms and countries : with a particular account of the rise, progress and present condition of all the European settlements upon that coast : and the just measures for improving the several branches of the Guinea trade : illustrated with several cutts. A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea, divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory coasts. A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea, divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts. A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea : divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts. The Gold Coast, past and present; a short description of the country and its people. The Gold Coast past and present. A short description of the country and its people.