The Resource A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti; : from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century., With a new introduction by W.E.F. Ward

A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti; : from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century., With a new introduction by W.E.F. Ward

Label
A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti; : from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century.
Title
A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti;
Title remainder
from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century.
Statement of responsibility
With a new introduction by W.E.F. Ward
Creator
Subject
Genre
Cataloging source
IAU
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1874-1923
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Claridge, William Walton
LC call number
DT511
LC item number
.C6 1964a
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ghana
  • Ashanti
  • Ghana
  • Ghana
  • History
Label
A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti; : from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century., With a new introduction by W.E.F. Ward
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"First published by John Murray in 1915."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: v. 2, p. 577-580
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Vol. One -- Part I: Ancient history and tradition -- The origin of the Gold Coast tribes -- The Gold Coast and the ancients -- Part II: The period of European discovery and settlement 1364 to 1699 -- The discovery of the Gold Coast by Europeans 1364 to 1482 -- Early English voyages to the Gold Coast 1482 to 1592 -- The arrival of the Dutch and expulsion of the Portuguese 1592 to 1642 -- The first Anglo-Dutch War 1642 to 1672 -- Tribal wars and attacks on the forts 1672 to 1697 -- The Dutch-Komenda War 1694 to 1699 -- The Gold Coast at the close of the seventeenth century 1700 -- Part III: The rise of Ashanti 1700 to 1803 -- The Ashantis 1700 -- The early history of Ashanti 1700 to 1731 -- The second Anglo-Dutch War 1731 to 1803 -- Part IV: The wars between the English and Ashantis 1803 to 1872 -- The first Ashanti War 1803 to 1807 -- The second Ashanti War 1808 to 1813 -- The third Ashanti War 1813 to 1816 -- Treaty with Ashanti 1816 to 1818 -- The treaty broken by the English 1819 to 1820 -- Consul Dupuis' Treaty 1820 to 1821 -- The outbreak of the fourth Ashanti War 1822 to 1824 -- Continuation of the war 1824 -- The Battle of Dodowa 1824 to 1826 -- Negotiations for peace 1826 to 1829 -- Governor Maclean's Treaty and government 1830 to 1837 -- Maclean's administration attacked and vindicated 1837 to 1843 -- Disturbances on the coast 1844 to 1849 -- The poll tax 1850 to 1859 -- The fifth Ashanti war 1860 to 1864 -- Effects of the war 1865 to 1867 -- The Anglo-Dutch exchange of territory 1867 to 1868 -- The Ashanti invasion of Krepi and the Dutch-Komenda War 1869 -- Negotiations with the Dutch and Ashantis 1870 to 1872 -- The Fanti Confederation 1871 to 1872 -- The transfer of the Dutch settlements 1872
  • Vol. Two -- Part V: The dissolution of the Ashanti kingdom -- The outbreak of the sixth Ashanti war 1873 -- The bombardment of Elmina and other disloyal towns 1873 -- The opening of Sir Garnet Wolseley's campaign 1873 -- The retreat of the Ashanti army 1873 -- Preparations for the invasion of Ashanti 1873 -- The invasion of Ashanti 1874 -- The Ashantis at bay and the fall of Kumasi 1874 -- The end of the war 1874 -- The effects of the war 1874 -- The revival of the power of Ashanti 1875 to 1880 -- Alleged threatened Ashanti invasion 1881 -- The rebellion against Osai Mensa 1881 to 1883 -- The rival claimants to the stool of Ashanti 1883 to 1884 -- The Bekwai-Adansi war 1885 to 1886 -- The accession of Osai Kwaku Dua III -- Prempi 1886 to 1888 -- The Tavievi Rebellion 1888 to 1889 -- The adoption of a new policy regarding Ashanti 1888 to 1891 -- The threatened attack on Attabubu 1892 to 1894 -- The Ashanti embassy to England 1894 to 1895 -- The arrest and deportation of Prempi 1895 to 1896 -- Part VI: Extension of the sphere of British influence 1896 to 1902 -- Unrest in Ashanti 1896 to 1900 -- The siege of Kumasi 1900 -- The garrison reinforced 1900 -- Escape of the governor's column 1900 -- The relief of Kumasi 1900 -- The punishment of the Ashantis 1900 -- Condition of the country at the beginning of the twentieth century
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2d ed.
Extent
2 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps (1 folded)
System control number
(OCoLC)1102758
Label
A history of the Gold Coast and Ashanti; : from the earliest times to the commencement of the twentieth century., With a new introduction by W.E.F. Ward
Publication
Note
"First published by John Murray in 1915."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: v. 2, p. 577-580
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Vol. One -- Part I: Ancient history and tradition -- The origin of the Gold Coast tribes -- The Gold Coast and the ancients -- Part II: The period of European discovery and settlement 1364 to 1699 -- The discovery of the Gold Coast by Europeans 1364 to 1482 -- Early English voyages to the Gold Coast 1482 to 1592 -- The arrival of the Dutch and expulsion of the Portuguese 1592 to 1642 -- The first Anglo-Dutch War 1642 to 1672 -- Tribal wars and attacks on the forts 1672 to 1697 -- The Dutch-Komenda War 1694 to 1699 -- The Gold Coast at the close of the seventeenth century 1700 -- Part III: The rise of Ashanti 1700 to 1803 -- The Ashantis 1700 -- The early history of Ashanti 1700 to 1731 -- The second Anglo-Dutch War 1731 to 1803 -- Part IV: The wars between the English and Ashantis 1803 to 1872 -- The first Ashanti War 1803 to 1807 -- The second Ashanti War 1808 to 1813 -- The third Ashanti War 1813 to 1816 -- Treaty with Ashanti 1816 to 1818 -- The treaty broken by the English 1819 to 1820 -- Consul Dupuis' Treaty 1820 to 1821 -- The outbreak of the fourth Ashanti War 1822 to 1824 -- Continuation of the war 1824 -- The Battle of Dodowa 1824 to 1826 -- Negotiations for peace 1826 to 1829 -- Governor Maclean's Treaty and government 1830 to 1837 -- Maclean's administration attacked and vindicated 1837 to 1843 -- Disturbances on the coast 1844 to 1849 -- The poll tax 1850 to 1859 -- The fifth Ashanti war 1860 to 1864 -- Effects of the war 1865 to 1867 -- The Anglo-Dutch exchange of territory 1867 to 1868 -- The Ashanti invasion of Krepi and the Dutch-Komenda War 1869 -- Negotiations with the Dutch and Ashantis 1870 to 1872 -- The Fanti Confederation 1871 to 1872 -- The transfer of the Dutch settlements 1872
  • Vol. Two -- Part V: The dissolution of the Ashanti kingdom -- The outbreak of the sixth Ashanti war 1873 -- The bombardment of Elmina and other disloyal towns 1873 -- The opening of Sir Garnet Wolseley's campaign 1873 -- The retreat of the Ashanti army 1873 -- Preparations for the invasion of Ashanti 1873 -- The invasion of Ashanti 1874 -- The Ashantis at bay and the fall of Kumasi 1874 -- The end of the war 1874 -- The effects of the war 1874 -- The revival of the power of Ashanti 1875 to 1880 -- Alleged threatened Ashanti invasion 1881 -- The rebellion against Osai Mensa 1881 to 1883 -- The rival claimants to the stool of Ashanti 1883 to 1884 -- The Bekwai-Adansi war 1885 to 1886 -- The accession of Osai Kwaku Dua III -- Prempi 1886 to 1888 -- The Tavievi Rebellion 1888 to 1889 -- The adoption of a new policy regarding Ashanti 1888 to 1891 -- The threatened attack on Attabubu 1892 to 1894 -- The Ashanti embassy to England 1894 to 1895 -- The arrest and deportation of Prempi 1895 to 1896 -- Part VI: Extension of the sphere of British influence 1896 to 1902 -- Unrest in Ashanti 1896 to 1900 -- The siege of Kumasi 1900 -- The garrison reinforced 1900 -- Escape of the governor's column 1900 -- The relief of Kumasi 1900 -- The punishment of the Ashantis 1900 -- Condition of the country at the beginning of the twentieth century
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2d ed.
Extent
2 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps (1 folded)
System control number
(OCoLC)1102758

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