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Basel mission on the Gold-Coast, Western Africa on the 1st January 1879

Basel mission on the Gold-Coast, Western Africa on the 1st January 1879

a retrospect on fifty years of mission work.

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Published by F. Schneider in Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions -- Ghana.

  • Edition Notes

    Signed Otto Schott.

    ContributionsSchott, Otto.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18456410M

    Gold Coast synonyms, Gold Coast pronunciation, Gold Coast translation, English dictionary definition of Gold Coast. 1. A section of coastal western Africa along the Gulf of Guinea roughly corresponding to present-day Ghana. Gold Coast is a former British colony in West Africa known today as the Republic of Ghana. In the transatlantic slave trade era, Europeans identified the region as the Gold Coast because of the large supplies of and market for gold that existed there. Portuguese traders built the fort of Elmina in within ten years of their arrival on the.

    Start studying Exploration. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. led expedition to find Western route to Asia under Spanish flag. Gold Coast. name given to parts of west coast of Africa by Europeans due to the amount of gold found in region. Apr 28,  · Where is the "Gold Coast" and why is it called that? western Africa. Extending approximately from Axim, Ghana, in the west to the Volta River in the east, it was so called because it was an important source of gold. Acquired as a colony by the British in the 19th century and named the Gold Coast, the area achieved independence as the.

    Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com projects include the Wayback Machine, sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com and sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com INDEX: Gold Coast to Ghana FIRST FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Unlike Portugal which was determined to hang on to its colonies, Britain had by the end .


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Basel mission on the Gold-Coast, Western Africa on the 1st January 1879 Download PDF EPUB FB2

MRL 1: Basel Mission (Gold Coast) Papers, 3 Brigette C. Kamsler 11/10/15 1 3 Standard of Teaching for the Primary Schools of the Basel Mission of the Gold Coast, West Africa, [2 copies] 1 4 Standard of Teaching for the Middle-Schools of the Basel Mission on the Gold-Coast, W.

Africa, The Gold Coast was the name for a region on the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa that was rich in gold and also in petroleum, sweet crude oil and natural sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com now forms the country of GhanaDemonym(s): Gold Coastian (Ghanaian).

The Gold Coast was a British colony on the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa from to its independence as the nation of Ghana in The first European explorers to arrive at the coast were the Portuguese in They encountered a variety of African kingdoms, some Capital: Cape Coast (–), Accra (–).

"Gold Coast, Kumase staff of the Basel Mission Trading Company as prisoners of war." Create PDF. Download Picture “Gold Coast, Kumase staff of the Basel Mission Trading Company as prisoners of war.,” BMArchives All digital images made available on this website are the property of the Basel Mission and are managed by.

Description. This is a valuable scholarly analysis of the ways that the practices of three members of the Basel Basel mission on the Gold-Coast (Evangelische Missionsgesellschaft Basel)—Andreas Riis (), Rosine Widmann (), and Carl Christian Reindorf ()—informed the nineteenth-century mission field of the Gold Coast between the years Ghana succumbed to attacks by its neighbors in the 11th century, but its name and reputation endured.

Inwhen the leaders of the former British colony of the Gold Coast sought an appropriate name for their newly independent state—the first black African nation to gain its independence from colonial rule—they named their new country after ancient Ghana.

Guide to the Basel Mission's Ghana Archive. Paul Jenkins Christaller's handwriting Christian Messenger Christiansborg Church of Ghana circular Committee Conference congregations copy book copy-book correspondence Dagbane Dagomba dated David Asante diary duplicated Eingangsbuch English Issue 23 of University of Leipzig papers on Africa.

“The King of Akwapim”, Ghana ©Historical Photographs from the Basel Mission ghana coast - Ewe "chief" in "full regalia". Africans did not have the same concept of a chief since they lived a cooperative life style according to modern scholars.

This was something they developed in response to colonization. Full text of "History of the Gold Coast and Asante, based on traditions and historical facts: comprising a period of more than three centuries from about to " See other formats. Missionary Practices on the Gold Coast, Discourse, Gaze and Gender in the Basel Mission in Pre-Colonial West Africa - Kindle edition by Seth Quartey.

Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Price: $ Gold Coast, section of the coast of the Gulf of Guinea, in Africa. It extends approximately from Axim, Ghana, or nearby Cape Three Points, in the west to the Volta River in the east and is so called because it was an important source of gold.

An area of intense colonial rivalry from the 17th. There is an article on the role of Sakite in the Asante war in the Gold Coast Review ofpp Nii Quarcoopome (Ghanaian art historian working at Detroit DIA) has dealt with this picture in his PhD thesis on Dangme and Ewe art.

With thanks to Dr. Veit Arlt of the Zentrum fuer Afrikastudien Basel who identified the picture. Overall, European exploration of Africa in the 17th and 18th centuries was very limited.

Instead they were focused on the slave trade, which only required coastal bases and items to trade. The real exploration of the African interior would start well into the 19th century. Presbyterian Church of the Gold Coast, Memorandum from the State of Akyem-Abuaka to the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of the Gold Coast, August Credit to MRL1: Africa, box 1, folder 3, The Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University in the City of New York.

[English: "Centenary commemoration of the West Indians brought by the Basel Mission to the Gold Coast on the 17th April, Their descendants and other West Indians who met at Christiansborg on the 21st November, "].

Missionary Practices on the Gold Coast, – Discourse, Gaze and Gender in the Basel Mission in Pre-Colonial West Africa by Seth Quartey. To this end, beginning in the s Portuguese caravels began progressing ever further down the West African coast.

By the s they had passed and named Sierra Leone (‘Lion Mountains’), and by had established Elmina (‘the mine’) on the Gold Coast (the present-day republic of Ghana). The Gold Coast in the s was a country with the highest level of education in the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.

The Gold Coast supplied many of the civil servants working in Nigeria. Gold Coast. Feb 07,  · Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of Pages: Encouraged by this growing trade, European governments began to push for a more permanent presence along the coast; early in 19th century, British set up settlements along Gold Coast & in Sierra Leone Growing European presence in West Africa led to increasing tensions with.

Geography. The Gold Coast is a large urban area with a population ofand is administered by the Gold Coast City Council (headquatered at Evandale in Surfers Paradise) and the Tweed Shire. It is also considered to be key part of Greater Brisbane, a conurbation or agglomeration with a .Preview this book» What people are A History of the Gold Coast of West Africa Alfred Burdon Ellis Full view - A History of the Gold Coast of West Africa Alfred Burdon Ellis Snippet view - A History of the Gold Coast of West Africa Snippet view - View all».11 Nov - Nana Prempeh II.

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