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John Mensah Sarbah, 1864-1910 (his life and works).
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John Mensah Sarbah (June 3, Novem ), patriot and statesman, was one of the most outstanding nationalists of the Gold Coast at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. – Ghanaian politician. John Mensah Sarbah was the leading African politician in the Gold Coast (modern-day GHANA) in the late s and early into a wealthy family, Sarbah went to England to study the age of 23, he returned to the Gold Coast to set up a legal practice.
Fanti customary laws: a brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan sections of the Gold Coast, with a by Sarbah, John Mensah, – Lawyer and legislator who defended the legal rights of people of the Gold Coast (now Ghana) and who worked to improve the country’s educational at Cape Coast.
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John Mensah Sarbah, an outstanding nationalist of the Gold Coast John Mensah Sarbah (June 3, Novem ), patriot and statesman, was one of the most outstanding nationalists of the Gold.
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Fanti customary laws a brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the fanti and akan districts of the gold coast de John Mensah Sarbah et d'autres livres, articles d'art et de collection similaires disponibles sur Ghana John Mensah Sarbah (June 3, Novem ), patriot and statesman, was one of the most outstanding nationalists of the Gold Coast at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.
He made a lasting mark on national life in politics, education, and law. JOHN MENSAH SARBAH, by S. Tenkorang There are many aspects of the life of John Mensah Sarbah.
One can discuss at length his legal career, or his literary works, his contribution to educational reforms in particular and the promotion of African culture generally, his remarkable contribution to debates in the Legislative Council.
John Mensah Sarbah was born on Friday, 3 Junein Anomabu, in the Fante Confederacy in the Gold Coast. He was the eldest son of John Sarbah (–), a merchant of Anomabu and Cape Coast and a member of the Legislative Council of the Gold Coast, and his wife Sarah.
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