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2 edition of bibliography on Sierra Leone, 1968-1970. found in the catalog.

bibliography on Sierra Leone, 1968-1970.

John Phillip Switzer

bibliography on Sierra Leone, 1968-1970.

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Published by Njala University College Library in [Freetown] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sierra Leone
    • Subjects:
    • Sierra Leone -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesNjala University College. Library. Occasional paper ;, no. 1, Njala University College Library occasional paper ;, no. 1.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ3553.S5 S94
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p.
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5320025M
      LC Control Number72170464

      A bibliography of books informed by the experiences of Peace Corps Volunteers In Arnold Zeitlin (Ghana –63) published To the Peace Corps with Love [Doubleday]. Shortly thereafter Rhoda and Earle Brooks (Ecuador –64) published The Barrios of Manta: A Personal Account of the Peace Corps in Ecuador [New American Library]. The arrangement is in three parts: (1) broad or general surveys, (2) major group exhibitions of modern African art, and (3) regional and country studies or exhibition catalogs; the regional sections are sub-divided by country. Book and exhibition reviews are also included, where available.   The Causes of the Sierra Leone Civil War: Underlying Grievances and the Role of the Revolutionary United Front ‘The root of the conflict is and remains diamonds, diamonds and diamonds.’ (Ibrahim Kamara ) ‘To the economist, this is war motivated by the young fighter, it is injustice.’ (William Reno , p).


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A bibliography on Sierra Leone, – Sierra Leone's past: Books, period-icals, pamphlets & microfilms in Fourah Bay College Library.

Jan ; J S T Thompson. This is classified by subject and includes items in the Arts and Science; John Philip Switzer—A Bibliography of Sierra Leone, –; Hans Zell—A Bibliography of Non-Periodical Literature in Sierra Leone-excluding Sierra Leone government publications (); Njala University College Library compiled one in Cited by: 1.

The Sierra Leone Peninsula, which is the site of Freetown, is a region of thickly wooded mountains that run parallel to the sea for about 25 miles (40 km). The Peninsula Mountains rise from the coastal swamps and reach some 2, feet ( metres) at Picket Hill.

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A Black Loyalist, he was resettled in Nova Scotia, where he became a politician and one of the "Founding Fathers" of the nation of Sierra Leone in West was among a group of influential Black Canadians who pressed the Crown to.

The Sierra Leone Diamonds: An Economic Study Covering the Years Oxford University Press. Richard West. Back to Africa: A History of Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Jonathan Cape. Geoffrey J. Williams. A Bibliography of Sierra Leone, Africana Publishing. Kenneth C. Wylie. This book critically examines the content of British policy towards Sierra Leone from the outbreak of conflict there in to its official conclusion in It attempts to find answers to why Britain’s New Labour government pursued a more.

Greene worked for the Foreign Office during World War II 1968-1970. book was stationed for a while at Freetown, Sierra Leone, the scene of another of his best-known novels, The Heart of the Matter (; film ).

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Sierra Leone is located on the west coast of Africa, north of the equator. With a land area of 27, square miles (71, square kilometers), it is slightly smaller than the state of South Carolina.

Sierra Leone is bounded by Guinea to the north and northeast, Liberia to the south and southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. This book has been cited by the following publications. 'Joseph J.

Bangura, in a revisionist history of Sierra Leone, argues convincingly that African identities, such as Temne and Krio, were constructed and transformed in the dynamic interplay between Freetown and its rural hinterland.

Bibliography pp Get access. Check if you. This bibliography catalogues and illustrates, with a wide selection of images, Allan Kaprow’s entire body of published work: from his first artist’s book in.

1) Historical Dictionary of Sierra Leone – Magbaily C. Fyle Scarecrow Press | | PDF. Sierra Leone was founded, albeit under British control, with the highest hopes of being a refuge for liberated Africans and freed slaves. When the country received its independence, hopes for the future grew even stronger.

According to Aje ( (3), Sierra Leone was the first West African country to have a national bibliography. It was compiled by Sir Harry Charles Luke and published in H.C.

Luke was a colonial secretary for Sierra Leone and apparently had searched important libraries in London and the secretariat library in Freetown and came out with. This bibliography provides the reader with a comprehensive reference tool that will enhance understanding of methodological issues and enable the user to employ research methods appropriate to their subject of study.

It also provides accounting historians a comprehensive data base for the development of papers addressing methodological issues in an accounting history context.

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A bibliography of studies on population and development (). Compiled by Toma J. Makannah, Ph.D. Bibliography. A partial bibliography of books relating to Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone was a sovereign state with Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state between independence on 27 April and becoming the Republic of Sierra Leone on 19 April When British rule ended in Aprilthe British Crown Colony of Sierra Leone was given independence under the Sierra Leone Independence Act The British monarch, Elizabeth II, remained the head of state of.

Downloadable. Background: This study sought understand how the – EVD Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak impacted the nutrition sector in Sierra Leone and use findings for improving nutrition responses during future outbreaks of this magnitude.

Methodology: This qualitative study was iterative and emergent. In-depth interviews (n = 42) were conducted over two phases by purposively sampling. Bibliographies, Indexes Brochure/Pamphlet Antiquarian & Collectible Books, Brochure/Pamphlet 1st Edition Bibliographies, Indexes Antiquarian & Collectible Books, Brochure/Pamphlet Bibliographies, Indexes Now Antiquarian & Collectible Books, Bibliographies, Indexes Brochure/Pamphlet Original Antiquarian & Collectible Books, Bibliography Books,Seller Rating: % positive.

Press compares peaceful civil resistance in Kenya, Sierra Leone and Liberia to explore the impact of different levels of repression.

In Kenya increasing open confrontation with the regime from the s led to a 'culture of resistance' and the ousting of the ruling party in the election of "Select Bibliography" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Nijhoff.

Project Canterbury has several original documents tracing the history of the Anglican Church in Sierra Leone during the 19th century. This book is listed in David Griffiths' Bibliography of the Book of common Prayer as and is, to the best of our knowledge, the only translation of the Book of Common Prayer into that language.

Brenni, Vito J.; Edith Wharton: A Bibliography. MORGANTOWN, Published by WEST VIRGINIA UNIV. LIBRARY Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: X 99 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD Slight fading on back cover, former owner label on inside front cover, black-and-white frontispiece, clean and tight inside REF#Seller Rating: % positive.

Book description This book is a guide to the law that applies in the three international criminal tribunals, for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, set up by the UN during the period to to deal with atrocities and human rights abuses committed during conflict in those countries. Sierra Leone came to world attention in the s when a catastrophic civil war linked to the diamond trade was reported globally.

This fleeting and particular interest, however, obscured two crucial processes in this small West African state. On the one hand, while the civil war was momentous, brutal and affected all Sierra Leoneans, it was also just one element in the long and faltering.

Bibliography Digital Primary. Buxton, Thomas Fowell. The African Slave Trade and Its Remedy. Digital Secondary. Adam, William. The Law and Custom of Slavery in British India: in a series of letters to Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq. Boston: Weeks, Jordan, & Co., Binney, Thomas.

Study for Young Men; or, a Sketch of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton. This article is focused on the problems encountered by academic librarians in managing government publications in Sierra Leone. Government publications represent the historical and current development and authorities of government and provide data on a variety of subjects to include Political Science, Economics, Finance and Statistics.

In academic libraries these publications have a low. Part of this book is an excerpt from the book of the author’s experiences in Sierra Leone entitled Into Africa with the Peace Corps.

Saltonstall, Katharyn W. (Nigeria, –65). Small Bridges to One World: A Peace Corps Perspective, Nigeria, – This work assesses a major innovation in the field of international criminal law.

It provides in-depth analysis of the operation of these specialized courts and considers the prospects for further application of internationalized courts.

from the Limba country (Sierra Leone), collected by Finnegan during her fieldwork in the late s, which are freely accessible here. The book is available as a free pdf and ebook download thanks to the generous support of interested readers and organisations, who made donations using the crowd-funding website St G.

Walker, The black loyalists: the search for a promised land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, – (London, ); “The establishment of a free black community in Nova Scotia, –,” The African Diaspora: interpretive essays, ed. Kilson and R. Rotberg (Cambridge, Mass., and London, ). No exact match for government publications sierra leone bibliography.

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Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa. Its capital is Freetown. The official language is English. The country was first made as a place where freed slaves could live. From untilthere was a civil war in Sierra Leone between rebels and the government.

The war is now over. Sierra Leone is known for its blood diamonds. Fyle (Ohio State U.) is also the author of The History of Sierra Leone: A Concise Introduction.

(Reference and Research Book News, August ) With a focus on recent decades, this reference for students, researchers, and general readers traces the history of Sierra Leone from its earliest known inhabitants to the present : Magbaily C. Fyle. Inas Sierra Leone prepared to announce the end of its brutal civil war, the distinguished anthropologist, poet, and novelist Michael Jackson returned to the country where he had intermittently lived and worked as an ethnographer since Reviews: 3.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.InSierra Leone emerged from a decade long civil war.

Seeking international attention and development aid, its government faced a dilemma. Though devastated by conflict, Sierra Leone had a low prevalence of HIV.