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Cassandra Mark-Thiesen. Mediators, Contract Men, and Colonial Capital: Mechanized Gold Mining in the Gold Coast Colony, 1879–1909. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2018. xii + 217 pp. Maps. Photographs. Notes. Bibliography. Index. $110. Paper. ISBN: 978-1-58046-918-0.

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Abdullah, Ibrahim. 1992. “Profit versus Social Reproduction: Labor Protests in the Sierra Leonean Iron-Ore Mines, 1933–38.” African Studies Review 35 (3): 1341. doi:10.2307/525126.
Akurang-Parry, Kwabena O. 2003. “To Wassa Fiase for Gold: Rethinking Colonial Rule, El Dorado, Antislavery, and Chieftaincy in the Gold Coast (Ghana), 1874–1895.” History in Africa 30: 1136. doi:10.1017/S0361541300003120.
Naanen, Benedict B. B. 1991. “‘Itinerant Gold Mines’: Prostitution in the Cross River Basin of Nigeria, 1930–1950.” African Studies Review 34 (2): 5779. doi:10.2307/524228.

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