List of Authorities consulted
The more important authorities are asterisked
A.--Works CONTAINING FIRST-HAND HISTORICAL INFORMATION--
* R. S. Rattray: Tribes of the Ashanti Hinterland
* R. S. Rattray: Ashanti Law and Constitution
J. M. Sarbah: Fanti Customary Laws
* J. M. Sarbah: Fanti National Constitution
A. W. Cardinall: The Natives of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast
* F. C. Fuller: A Vanished Dynasty--Ashanti
C. W. Welman: The Native States of the Gold Coast--Peki
* Carl Reindorf: History of the Gold Coast and Asante
M. J. Field: Social Organization of the Ga People
* E. F. Tamakloe: A Brief History of the Dagbamba People
St. J. Eyre-Smith: A Brief Review of the History and Social Organization of the Peoples of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast
J. Withers Gill (translator): A Short History of the Dagomba Tribe
J. Withers Gill (translator): A Short History of Salaga
J. Withers Gill (translator): The Moshi Tribe--A Short History
Martin Wight: The Gold Coast Legislative Council
* J. J. Crooks: Records of the Gold Coast Settlements, 1750-1874
Louis Tauxier: Le Noir de Bondougou
G. D. Chamberlain: A Brief Account of the Brissa Language
* W. Bosman: A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea
B. Cruikshank: Eighteen years on the Gold Coast of Africa
* T. E. Bowdich: Mission from Cape Coast Castle to Ashantee
W. Meredith: Account of the Gold Coast of Africa
J. Dupuis: Journal of a Residence in Ashantee
Brackenbury and Huyshe: Fanti and Ashanti
J. B. Danquah: Cases in Akan Law (together with departmental reports, Blue Books and official files in the Gold Coast and in London, and * Parliamentary command papers on Gold Coast and Ashanti affairs from 1874 to 1901. The Gold Coast Government has also published an anonymous * Enquiry into the Constitution and Organization of the Dagbon Kingdom)

B.--OTHER WORKS--
A. W. Cardinall: The Gold Coast 1931
A. W. Cardinall: A Bibliography of the Gold Coast
Laws of the Gold Coast, 1920 and 1936 editions.
A. S. Southon: Gold Coast Methodism
F. D. Walker: Thomas Birch Freeman
R. S. Rattray: Ashanti
R. S. Rattray: Religion and Art in Ashanti
* W. W. Claridge: A History of the Gold Coast and Ashanti
Casely Hayford: Gold Coast Native Institutions
* A. B. Ellis: A History of the Gold Coast of West Africa
A. B. Ellis: The Tshi-speaking Peoples of the Gold Coast
A. B. Ellis: The Ewe-speaking Peoples of the Slave Coast
Lady Lugard: A Tropical Dependency
E. W. Bovill: Caravans of the old Sahara
Sir Alan Burns: A History of Nigeria
F. W. H. Migeod: The Languages of West Africa

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