Creole women traders in the nineteenth century
White, E. Frances
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This paper focuses on how the Sierra Leone women organized their West African trade and how they responded to the special obstacles faced by female traders. It pays particular attention to the Liberated African women and follows their progress until the end of the nineteenth century.
African Studies Center Working Paper No. 27
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