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PRAAD - Public Records and Archives Administration - Republic of Ghana
Title: PRAAD - Public Records and Archives Administration - Republic of Ghana
URL: http://www.praad.gov.gh
Creator: Public Records and Archives Administration <Accra>
Abstract: Homepage of the National Archives in Ghana. You will find information on the institution. Furthermore you will find 17 digitalised historical documents (1688-1889) of the Slave-Trade-Archive. [editors ilissAfrica]
Table of contents: 17 digitalised documents:
• Gold Coast Despatches from Secretary of State to Governor
• Gold Coast Despatches from Secretary of State to Governor
• Gold Coast Despatches from Secretary of State to Governor.
• Letters (Political) from Governor on Native Affairs
• Ordinance of the Abolition of persons held in slavery during the governorship of Capt. George Cummie Strahan.
• Report from the Select Committee on West Coast of Africa.
• Civil and Criminal Record Book.
• Civil Record Book, Vol. I
• Judicial Assessors Court Record Book (Civil& Criminal)
• Judicial Assessors Court Record Book (Civil& Criminal)
• Judicial Assessors Court Record Book.
• Comparative view of the state and condition of Anomabu Fort.
• Comparative view of the state and condition of Cape Coast Fort.
• Comparative view of the state and condition of James Fort, Accra.
• Number of slaves exported from the Gold Coast of Africa to His Majesty's Plantations in America, since 1757
• Drawing of Friedrichsburg Castle (Captioned "Umgebung von Gross-Friedrichsburg-, Facsimile aus dem Jahre 1688")
• Drawing of Friedrichsburg Castle (Captioned "Veste von Gross-Friedrichsburg-, Facsimile aus dem Jahre 1708")
Keywords: colonial history; Ghana; slave trade; colonial administration; slavery
Countries: Ghana
Subject areas: Politics » Human Rights & Law;
History & Geography » History up to 1850;
History & Geography » History since 1850
Resource type: Archives, Centres for Information and Documentation;
Collections of historical Sources
Language: English
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