2 edition of Précis of information concerning the Gold Coast Colony found in the catalog.
Précis of information concerning the Gold Coast Colony
Microfiche. Wakefield, Yorkshire, England : EP Microforms, c1978. 3 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||prepared in the Intelligence Branch of the Quartermater-General"s Department, Horse Guards, War Office.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. War Office. Intelligence Branch.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 83/306 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p.,  folded leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||83147616|
It is very important for people that each one real in relation to Gold Coast. The colonial power that ruled Ghana until their day of independence was Britain. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. Newspapers owned and managed by Africans played a major part in provoking this discontent—six were being published in the s.
The intellectuals believed that the chiefs, in return for British support, had allowed the provincial councils to fall completely under control of the government. Once the movement had begun, events moved rapidly—not always fast enough to satisfy the nationalist leaders, but still at a pace that surprised not only the colonial government but many of the more conservative African elements as well. When the British government allowed control of the Gold Coast settlements to revert to the British African Company of Merchants in the late s, relations with Asante were still problematic. Some Ghanaians believed that the reforms, by increasing the power of the chiefs at the expense of local initiative, permitted the colonial government to avoid movement toward any form of popular participation in the colony's government. During the next few years, the government was gradually transformed into a full parliamentary system. Village councils of chiefs and elders were almost exclusively responsible for the immediate needs of individual localities, including traditional law and order and the general welfare.
From this point on, Asante power steadily declined. This document obliged local leaders to submit serious crimes, such as murder and robbery, to British jurisdiction and laid the legal foundation for subsequent British colonization of the coastal area. They were now joined by farmers, who resented drastic governmental measures required to cut out diseased cacao trees to control an epidemic, and by many others who were unhappy that the end of the war had not been followed by economic improvements. Two major factors laid the foundations of British rule and the eventual establishment of a colony on the Gold Coast: British reaction to the Asante wars and the resulting instability and disruption of trade, and Britain's increasing preoccupation with the suppression and elimination of the slave trade. Like the Asante protectorate, the Northern Territories were placed under the authority of a resident commissioner who was responsible to the governor of the Gold Coast.
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In theory, the bond allowed the British quite limited judicial powers--the trying of murder and robbery cases only. Some Ghanaians believed that the reforms, by increasing the power of the chiefs at the expense of local initiative, permitted the colonial government to avoid movement toward any form of popular participation in the colony's government.
Camp No. The number of white officials in the Gold Coast on the 31st December,wasand in Nigeria on the same date, 2, and these numbers have not materially altered. Such men gave the nationalist movement a distinctly elitist flavour that was to last until the late s.
Although it was an enormous step forward, the new constitution still fell far short of the CPP's call for full self-government.
Shortly after this police open fired in Accra on former servicemen who were peacefully carrying a petition to seek reparations for their fighting. With Asante subdued and annexed, British colonization of the region became a reality. As automobile technology became more Précis of information concerning the Gold Coast Colony book more reliable in the s, the number of holiday makers traveling down the coast road from Brisbane increased, and by most of the coastal strip between Southport and the New South Wales border had been developed with housing estates and hotels.
The NLM advocated a federal form of government, with increased powers for the various regions. The British, however, made no claim to any rights to the land, a circumstance that probably explains the Précis of information concerning the Gold Coast Colony book of popular resistance.
The annexation was made with misgivings and recriminations on both sides. Under Maclean's administration, several coastal tribes had submitted voluntarily to British protection. Incidents and sporadic warfare continued, however. In the British dispatched another expedition that again occupied Kumasi and that forced Asante to become a protectorate of the British Crown.
Various species of parrots and lizards were eaten along with bush honey. Under the terms of the arrangement, the British gave the impression that they would protect the coastal areas; thus, an informal protectorate came into being.
The results indicate that for Ghanathe colonial period of the 20th century was not particularly bad. The Asante, who for years had considered the Dutch at Elmina as their allies, thereby lost their last trade outlet to the sea. The coastal people, primarily some of the Fante and the inhabitants of the new town of Accra, who were chiefly Ga, came to rely on British protection against Asante incursions, but the ability of the merchant companies to provide this security was limited.
This became the name of the country till independence when it was changed to Ghana. During the colonial years, the country's educational institutions improved markedly. These invasions, though not decisive, disrupted trade in such products as feathers, ivory, rubber and palm oil, and threatened the security of the European forts.
Specific Gold Coast areas became the holiday destinations for many who lived inland. Yet, in case you have by now look at this ebook and you really are able to make their particular studies well have you spend your time to go out of an assessment on our website we could release each positive and negative evaluations.
During most of the nineteenth century, Asante, the most powerful state of the Akan interior, sought to expand its rule and to promote and protect its trade. A growing number of uneducated but urbanised industrial workers also formed part of the support group.
A clear majority of British Togoland inhabitants voted in favour of union with their western neighbours, and the area was absorbed into the Gold Coast.Gold Coast Gold Coast, [Thomas Astley, ed., A New General Collection of Voyages and Travels (London, –47), vol. 2, plate 60, between pp.
and ]. 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.
Other articles where Gold Coast is discussed: James Alan McPherson: with the short story “Gold Coast,” which won a contest in The Atlantic Monthly inand the following year he became a contributing editor of the magazine.
“Gold Coast” examines the race, class, and age barriers between Robert, a black Harvard student who aspires to be a writer. The history of the city of The Gold Coast is important to all Australians.
After all, it has plenty of some of the most delightful features in the country. The rainforest that borders it on one side is a world heritage listed site. The city has also become one of the premier tourist destinations in the whole country.Gold Coast Gold Coast, [Thomas Astley, ed., A New General Collection of Voyages and Travels pdf, –47), vol.
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In simple terms, the Gold Coast's geography begins at the ocean, which has beaches to the west, sand dunes behind them, rivers, creeks and swamps behind the dunes, a plain behind.Gold Coast Under Colonial Rule Yaa Asantewaa Partly as a result of the several administrative, judicial, financial and social measu.