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Krobo people of Ghana, to 1892

a political and social history

by Louis Edward Wilson

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Published by Ohio University Center for International Studies in Athens, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Krobo (African people) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 232-253).

    Statementby Louis E. Wilson.
    SeriesMonographs in international studies., no. 58
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT510.43.K76 W55 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 253 p. :
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1535770M
    ISBN 100896801640
    LC Control Number91013764

      The Krobo people are grouped as part of Ga-Dangme ethnolinguistic group and they are also the largest group of the seven Dangbe ethnic groups of Southeastern Ghana. They are farming people who occupy Accra Plains, Akuapim Mountains and the Afram Basin. The historical origins of Krobo people to their present habitation is a subject of.   Kwame Selikem Okatakyie on Krobo People of Ghana. Kwame Selikem Okatakyie Puberty Rites of Passage for Krobo Girls in Ghana, YAWP Star The SHOCKING Reason Black People Are Moving to Asia.

    The forts and castles of Ghana form a unique memorial to a precolonial period when representatives of European trading companies bartered as equals with African merchants. It was a colourful episode of world history spanning four centuries, from the fifteenth century Portuguese voyages of discovery to the beginings of the imperial epoch. This books traces the history of . The Krobo people are an ethnic group in Ghana. They are grouped as part of Ga-Adangbe ethnolinguistic group and they are also the largest group of the seven Dangme ethnic groups of Southeastern Ghana. The Krobo are a farming people who occupy Accra Plains, Akuapem Mountains and the Afram Basin.

    Krobo Mountain Krobo Mountain is located in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It was once the site of a large settlement of Krobo people, who arrived in the mid s and retained the land until July when they were ejected by the then British colonial governor, William Bradford Griffith. The Krobo settlers worked with iron and crafted pottery. Festivals in Ghana are celebrated for many reasons pertaining to a particular tribe or culture, usually having backgrounds relating to an occurrence in the history of that culture. Examples of such occurrences have been hunger, migration, purification of either gods or stools, etc.


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The Paperback of the The Krobo People of Ghana to Mis Af#58 by Louis E. Wilson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID Pages: The author carried out field work for the present study in two stages during the years and During these years he conducted extensive interviews with a number of people: the late Nene Assu Mate Kole (), konor of the Manya Krobo during his lifetime; the Padi Oketeku Akrobetto ii, konor of the Yilo Krobo between and ; the Okumo; and.

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Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, Pp. xiv, $ paper. This book is a definitive social and political history of the Krobo, a small but. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, map ; 22 cm.

Contents: 1. Introduction The formative era of Krobo society: from the earliest times to the eighteenth century The Krobo and their neighbors from the seventeenth century to From a theocratic oligarchy to Secular rule: the Konor's.

This book presents a broad analytical framework for the history of southeastern Ghana within the context of a representative study of one of the country's most important political and economic forces.

TheKrobo are the most numerous of the Adangme-speaking peoples. The Krobo People of Ghana to A Political and Social History (Paperback or Softback) Wilson, Louis E. Published by Ohio University Center for International Stud 4/1/ (). Krobo People of Ghana. They can be found in Ghana and they are part of the Ga Adangbe ethnic group and also one of the seven Dangme ethnic group.

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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. In fact through the Krobo Huza System of land acquisition the Krobo people managed to acquire large amounts of land in the surrounding areas in what Field referred to as the ‘Bloodless conquest’.

The Mounatin continued to be the centre for religious and cultural affairs until their eviction in Krobo Military. Huber visited the Krobo Mountain to collect data for his book on the Krobo titled The Krobo – Traditional, Social and Religious Life of a West Afri-can People.

The book contains very useful anthropological and limited archaeological information on File Size: 1MB. The Krobo People of Ghana to A Political and Social History By Louis E. Wilson. Krobo Edusei (26 December – 13 February ) was a Ghanaian politician and a high-profile member of Kwame Nkrumah's government.

He was a popular, outspoken and prominent Ashanti activist and at the forefront of the Ghanaian independence movement, galvanising support amongst the Ashantis for Nkrumah's independence movement.

He served as Minister .Migration Route of The GA-ADANGBE. This ethnic group is made of two main ethnic groups. The Ga and the Adangbe where the latter is made up of the Ada, Krobo, Osuduko, Ningo etc.

and the former are the people of Accra. The Ga-Adangbe migrated from Ile-Ife in south-western Nigeria led by powerful king Ayi-Kushi.The Krobo People of Ghana to A Political and Social History (Volume 58) (Ohio RIS Africa Series).