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‘We Sympathise with the Mines for Pilfery That Goes on but ‘: African Interests in Gold Coast Mines, Protecting Gold, and the Politics of Legislation, 1907-1948

‘We Sympathise with the Mines for Pilfery That Goes on but ‘: African Interests in Gold Coast Mines, Protecting Gold, and the Politics of Legislation, 1907-1948

Title: ‘We Sympathise with the Mines for Pilfery That Goes on but ‘: African Interests in Gold Coast Mines, Protecting Gold, and the Politics of Legislation, 1907-1948
Author: Sewordor, E. Sasu Kwame
Year: 2020
Periodical: African Economic History (ISSN 0145-2258)
Volume: 48
Issue: 2
Pages: 138-168
Language: English
Geographic term: Ghana
External link: https://doi.org/10.1353/aeh.2020.0009

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