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CONTENTS OF NOS. 14-10

Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. New Series, No 14/ 2012

Part One: Studies in West African Coastal History before 1800. Edited by Silke Strickrodt and Adam Jones

  • Adam Jones and Silke Strickrodt: Recent Research on the Early Modern History of Atlantic Africa, pp.1-12
  • G. Chouin: The ‘Big Bang’ Theory Reconsidered: Framing Early Ghanaian History, pp.13-40
  • R. Law: Fante Expansion Reconsidered: Seventeenth Century Origins, pp. 41-78
  • N. Everts: Incorporating Euro-Africans in Akan Lineages and A Modest Development Towards a Euro-African Identity in Eighteenth Century Elmina, pp.79-104
  • S. Strickrodt: In Search of  a Moral Communilty: Little Popo and the Atlantic Trade in the Mid-Eighteenth Century, pp.  105-130

Part Two: Articles

  • Adetunji Ojo Ogunyemi: The Trouble with Nigeria’s Fiscal Federalism: Non-Staturory Accounts and ‘Un-Due’ Processes in Fiscal Matters, 1967-2004, pp. 131-164
  • Kwabena Adu-Boahen: The Impact of European Presence on Slavery in the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century Gold Coast, pp.165-199

Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. New Series, No 13 / 2011:

  • Ivor Wilks: Al-Hajj Salim Suwari and the Suwarians: A Search for Sources, pp.1-80
  • Per Hernæs: Friederichsnopel: A Danish Settler Colony in Akuapem 1788-92, pp. 81- 133

Transactions. of the Historical Society of Ghana. New Series, No 12/2009-10:

  • Nancy Lawler and Ivor Wilks: The World War One Service of Jacob Dosoo Amenya of Ada, pp. 1-34
  • Paul Nugent: Nkrumah and Rawlings: Political Lives in Parallel?, pp.35-56
  • Kwame O. Kwarteng and Beatrice Duncan: Land, the Elephant, and the Environment: The Pre-Colonial, Colonial and Post-Colonial Situation, pp. 57-68

Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. New Series, No. 11/2008

  • Nancy Lawler and Ivor Wilks: Correspondence of Jacob Dosoo Amenyah. Part Two, 1956-1965, pp. 1-89
  • Robin Law: The Akani War of 1693-6, pp. 89-113

Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. New Series, No.10/2006-2007

  • Nancy Lawler and Ivor Wilks: Correspondence of Jacob Dosoo Amenyah. Part One, 1939-1956, pp. 1-49
  • Merrick Posnansky: Appreciating the Global Dimension of Ghana’s Past, pp. 49-65
  • Jon P. Kirby: Ethnic Conflicts and Democratization: New Paths Toward Equilibrium in Northern Ghana, pp. 65-109
  • Wyatt MacGaffey: A History of Tamale, 1907-1957, pp. 109-125
  • Wilson K. Yayoh: Resurgence of Multi-Party Rule in Ghana, 1990-2004, pp.125-149
  • John Collins: A Century of Changing Locations of Ghanaian Commercial Popular Entertainment Venues, pp. 149-171
  • Paul Schauert: A Performing National Archive: Power and Preservation in the Ghana Dance Ensemble, pp. 171-183
  • Frederick Knight: Sankofa: Slaves from the Gold Coast and the Evolution of Black Culture in North America, pp. 183-197
  • Philip A. Afeadie: Egalitarian in Colonial Administration: Ma’ajin Kano, Muhammadu Auta, 1852-1922, 99. 197-215
  • Per Hernæs: A Sombre Affair: The Story of a Slave Ship Mutiny and the Destiny of the Mutineers upon their Return to Africa, pp. 215-223

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