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Danish settlements in West Africa, 1658-1850.

Georg NГёrregГҐrd

Danish settlements in West Africa, 1658-1850.

by Georg NГёrregГҐrd

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Published by Boston University Press in Boston .
Written in English

  • Africa, West,
  • Africa, West.
    • Subjects:
    • Danes -- Africa, West,
    • Africa, West -- History

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranslated by Sigurd Mammen.
      SeriesBoston University African research studies
      LC ClassificationsDT471 .N67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxix, 287 p.
      Number of Pages287
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5990739M
      LC Control Number66021611

      Danish West African references have all been sourced from Georg Nørregård’s seminal work, Danish Settlement in West Africa (translated by Sigurd Mammen [Boston University Press, Massachusetts, ]). All other references have been culled from a variety of broadly-accepted secondary sources. Selena Axelrod Winsnes, Letters on West Africa and the Slave Trade: Paul Erdmann Isert's Journey to Guinea and the Caribbean Islands in Columbia () (Legon-Accra, ) J Great Britain, Journal of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations preserved in the Public Record Office , 14 vols. (London, ).

      British Broadcasting and the Danish Resistance Movement, – A Study of the Wartime Broadcasts of the B.B.C. Danish Service. Danish Settlements in west Africa, – By Georg NØrregård. Translated by Sigurd Mammen. (Boston: Boston University Press. [Exposition-University Book.] (New York: Exposition Press. the opening up of africa: (2) from the maghrib 52 five. west africa before the colonial period, – 63 six. western central africa, – 78 seven. eastern central africa, – 90 eight. southern africa, – nine. the partition of africa on paper, – ten. the partition of africa on the ground,

        The Osu Castle was noted as the base for Danish power in West Africa, and the centre for slave trade to the Danish West Indies. The book, titled “Stones tell stories at Osu: Memories of a host community of the Danish” contains found memories of the Danish in the Gold Coast. He presented the first copy of the book to the queen to show. Importance of the privateers The Dutch and Danish island colonies62 The Dutch break the Spanish monopoly 63 The revolt of the Netherlands 63 The Dutch in the West Indies 63 The Dutch West India Company 64 Non-Spanish settlement in the Caribbean 65 Sir Walter Raleigh and the Wild Coast 65 The Dutch in the Guianas

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book. The period of colonial expansion marked a rise in the status and power of Danes and Norwegians in the Kalmar l: Copenhagen. Harry R. Rudin; Danish Settlements in west Africa, – By Georg NØrregård. Translated by Sigurd Mammen. (Boston: Boston University Press. xxixAuthor: Harry R. Rudin. (Van Dantzig “Les Hollandais sur la côte de Guinée ”, A.

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