Gold Coast (British colony)

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Sika Mpoano(About this soundpronounciation of "Sika Mpoano" ) yɛ Akan nkyerɛase firi borɔfo kasa no ne "Gold Coast". Ngyiresi aborɔfo a na wɔdi tumi wɔ Akanfo na amanaman a wɔbɛn wɔn no, too asaase no din Sika Mpoano ɛnam sikamfutuw a na ɔwɔ asaase no so no. Na Sika Mpoano no yɛ British mpanimfoɔ amanbuo wɔ "Gulf of Guniea" a ɛwɔ Abibirim Atɔeɛ efiri afe apem ahanwɔtwe ne aduonu baako kɔsii sɛ wɔnyaa fahodie wɔ afe apem ahankron ne aduonum nson.[1] Edin Gold Coast yɛ edin a na wɔde kyerɛkyerɛ tumidie ahorow nan a na wɔhyɛ Sika Mpoano aban no ase. Woei ne Sika Mpoano no ankasa, Ashanti," North Territories Protectorate" ne "British Togoland trust territory".[2]

Aborɔfoɔ a edikan bɛtena mpoano hɔ no yɛ Portuguesefoɔ wɔ afe apem ahanan ne aduoson baako (1471). Ɔmo dii abibifoɔ ahenkrow bebiree so, a na sika kɔkɔɔ hyehyɛ asase no bi so.[3] Wɔ afe apem ahanan ne aduowɔtwe mmiɛnsa (1483) no, Portuguesefoɔ no baeɛ ɔman no mu bɛhyɛɛ dwadie mu kena.[4] Wɔsii "Elmina Castle", Europeanfoɔ a adikan no bɛtenaa Sika Mpoano. Ɛhɔ na wɔfirii aseɛ faa nkoafoɔ ne sika kɔkɔɔ a na wɔde tɔ European nnoɔma bi te sɛ sikan dadeɛ, ntɔmma, ahwehwɛ, anantwie ne atuo.[5] Wɔn asetenaa no bɛyɛ yie ma British, Dutch, Danish, Prussian ne Swedish tee nkaebɔ no maa wɔn dwadifoɔ nso baa hɔ.[6]

Fahodie[sesa]

Ɔbenem bosome da a ɛtɔ so nsia afe apem ahankron ne aduonum nson no, Sika Mpoano mpanimfoɔ no bɛnyaa wɔn fahodie sɛ ɔman Ghana.[7][8]

Hwɛ bio[sesa]

  • Gold Coast ackey
  • Anglo-Ashanti wars
  • List of Governors of the Gold Coast
  • Slave Coast of West Africa
  • Gold Coast Influenza Epidemic

Beaɛ a menyaa mmoa firiiɛ[sesa]

  1. "One-Man Policy—A Curse to West Africa", The Gold Coast Nation and National Consciousness, Routledge, pp. 54–59, 13 September 2013, doi:10.4324/9781315033044-11, ISBN 978-1-315-03304-4
  2. Chipp, Thomas Ford (1922). Forest officers' handbook of the Gold Coast, Ashanti and the Northern Territories. London [etc.]: Waterlow & sons limited. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.45233.
  3. "Gold Coast", African American Studies Center, Oxford University Press, 7 April 2005, doi:10.1093/acref/9780195301731.013.41463, ISBN 978-0-19-530173-1
  4. "57. How It Came About That Children Were First Whipped", African Folktales, Princeton University Press, pp. 209–211, 2015, doi:10.1353/chapter.1546551, ISBN 978-1-4008-7294-7
  5. Irwin, Graham W. (1971). "Gold and Guns on the Gold Coast - Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast 1600–1720. A Study of the African Reaction to European Trade. By Kwame Yeboa Daaku. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970. Pp. xviii + 219; maps. £2.50". The Journal of African History. 12 (2): 330–331. doi:10.1017/s0021853700010744. ISSN 0021-8537.
  6. Sutton, Angela (3 July 2015). "The Seventeenth-century Slave Trade in the Documents of the English, Dutch, Swedish, Danish and Prussian Royal Slave Trading Companies". Slavery & Abolition. 36 (3): 445–459. doi:10.1080/0144039x.2015.1067975. ISSN 0144-039X. S2CID 143085310.
  7. Howe, Russell Warren (1957). "Gold Coast into Ghana". The Phylon Quarterly. 18 (2): 155–161. doi:10.2307/273187. ISSN 0885-6826. JSTOR 273187.
  8. Laronce, Cécile. Auteur. (1997). L'influence de Nkrumah dans la politique étrangère américaine : les États-Unis découvrent l'Afrique, 1945-1966. [s.n.] OCLC 490457889.

Toaso kenkan firi ha[sesa]

  • Bourret, Florence Mabel. Gold Coast: A survey of the Gold Coast and British Togoland, 1919-1946. (Stanford University Press, 1949). online
  • Buah, F. K. A history of Ghana (London: Macmillan, 1998)
  • Claridge, W. W. A History of the Gold Coast and Ashanti (1915)
  • Davidson, Basil. Black Star: a view of the life and times of Kwame Nkrumah (1990)
  • Gocking, Roger S. The History of Ghana(2005). online free to borrow
  • Graham, Charles Kwesi. The History of Education in Ghana: From the Earliest Times to the Declaration of Independence(Routledge, 2013)
  • McLaughlin, James L., and David Owusu-Ansah. "Historical Setting" (and sub-chapters). In A Country Study: Ghana (La Verle Berry, ed.). Library of CongressFederal Research Division (November 1994). This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
  • Owusu-Ansah, David. Historical dictionary of Ghana (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014)
  • Szereszewski, R. Structural Changes in the Economy of Ghana, 1891-1911 (London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1965)
  • Ward, W. E. F. A History of Ghana (Allen & Unwin, 1966) online free to borrow
  • Gyasi, Yaa (2016). Homegoing. New York, NY: Knopf.
  • Great Britain. Colonial Office. Annual report on the Gold Coast (annual 1931–1953) online free