Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Amegashie Afeku of Keta: Priest and Political Advisor, Businessman and Slave Owner 2. Nyaho Tamakloe of Anlo: Of Chieftaincy and Slavery, of Politics and the Personal 3. Noah Yawo of Ho-Kpenoe: The Faith Journey of a Slave Owner 4. Concluding Thoughts Notes Bibliography Index
Sandra E. Greene is the Stephen '59 and Madeline '60 Professor of African History at Cornell University. She is author of Gender, Ethnicity and Social Change on the Upper Slave Coast, Sacred Sites and the Colonial Encounter (IUP) and West African Narratives of Slavery (IUP).
Overall, this book makes an invaluable contribution to scholarship about an extremely complicated and sensitive subject by bringing to light the biographies of three individuals who represent a transformative turning point in African history. * African Studies Review *