Hayford, an African Nationalist, argues that the preservation of the indigenous land tenure system was vital if the values of pre-colonial Africa was to be maintained. First published in 1913.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER I.-SOME OPENING CONSIDERATIONS II.-BRITISH RELATIONS WITH WEST AFRICA III.-BRITISH RELATIONS WITH THE GOLD COAST IV.-THE TRUTH ABOUlT THE LAND QUESTION 00. V.-THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE MATTER VI.-HISTORICAL SUMMARY VII.-THE LESSONS OF THE WESTERN TOUR VIII.-THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CAPE COAST VISIT IX.-THE FUTURE OF WEST AFRICA
J.E. Casely Hayford (Author)