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Slavery, colonialism and economic growth in Dahomey, 1640-1960

by Patrick Manning

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benin -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p415-434. - Includes index.

    StatementPatrick Manning.
    SeriesAfrican studies series -- 30
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC1010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii,446p. ;
    Number of Pages446
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21494883M
    ISBN 100521235448

    Bibliography: Chris Allen and Michael Radu, Benin and the Congo (); Samuel Decalo, Historical Dictionary of Benin, 3d ed. (); Stanley Diamond, Dahomey: Transition and Conflict in State Formation (); Patrick Manning, Slavery, Colonialism, and Economic Growth in Dahomey, .   His books on history of Africa and the African Diaspora include: The African Diaspora: A History through Culture (); Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa, 2nd ed. (); Slavery and African Life (); and Slavery, Colonialism, and Economic Growth in Dahomey, – ().

    Etymology. During the colonial period and at independence, the country was known as Dahomey. On 30 November , it was renamed to Benin, after the body of water on which the country lies—the Bight of had been named by Europeans after the Benin Empire in present-day country of Benin has no connection to Benin City in modern Nigeria, nor to the Benin bronzes. Benin, formerly known as French Dahomey, was colonized by France in On 1 August , French Dahomey gained independence from France and was renamed Benin. To learn more about the history of colonial Dahomey, read Slavery, colonialism and economic growth in Dahomey,

      ↑ Manning, Patrick, Slavery, Colonialism and Economic Growth in Dahomey, – Cambridge University Press ↑ Strickrodt, ibid, 65–68 ↑ Konadu, Kwasi, The Akan Diaspora in the Americas , Oxford University Press ↑ Strickrodt, ibid, 96– ↑ Strickrodt, ibid, ↑ Strickrodt, ibid, 52–53 ↑ Strickrodt, ibid, 53– Patrick Manning, Slavery, Colonialism and Economic Growth in Dahomey, Robin Law, The Slave Coast of West Africa Robin Law, “Trade and Politics behind the Slave Coast: the Lagoon Traffic and the Rise of Lagos, ,” JAH, 24 (),


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gradually squeezed out of access to power as economic resources contracted with the decline of the slave trade in the nineteenth century. Colonialism and Economic Growth in Dahomey,   History Book Review: Slavery, Colonialism and Economic Growth in Dahomey, (African Studies) by Patrick Manning.

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Catalog Print List (0) Slavery, colonialism and economic growth in Dahomey, Statement of Responsibility: Patrick Manning Authors: Manning, Patrick (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs Slavery and bondage; Location. Copies. Call Number Location Collection/Shelf. In addition to his first book—Slavery, Colonialism, and Economic Growth in Dahomey, –, published by Cambridge University Press in —Pat had also published research articles in the American Historical Review, Canadian Journal of African Studies, and African Historical Studies.

As an American historian of Africa, Pat stayed well. The Fon people, also called Fon nu, Agadja or Dahomey, are a major African ethnic and linguistic group. They are the largest ethnic group in Benin found particularly in its south region; they are also found in southwest Nigeria and total population is estimated to be about 3, people, and they speak the Fon language, a member of the Gbe languages.

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By Dahomey, he means the southern portion of the Republic of Benin, which included Danhome (often referred to in. Patrick MANNING, Slavery, Colonialism, and Economic Growth in Dahomey, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,xvii +p. Not since Philip Curtin's Economic Change in Precolonial West Africa: Senegambia in the Era of the Slave Trade have we had both a comprehensive and controversial economic history of West Africa.

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