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Togo

  • Barry Turner
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Eleventh century records relate Togo’s settlement by a succession of tribes. The Kwa people from the Volta region were joined by the Ewe people from the Niger Valley, while later migrations included the Ana, Mina and Guin people from Ghana and the Ivory Coast, and the Nawdba from the east, who settled in northern Togo.

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Further Reading

  1. National Statistical Office: Direction Générale de la Statistique et de la Comptabilité Nationale, B. P. 118, Lomé.Google Scholar
  2. Website (French only): http://www.stat-togo.org
  3. Campbell, I. C, Island Kingdom: Tonga, Ancient and Modern. 1994Google Scholar
  4. Wood-Ellem, E., Queen Salóte of Tonga, The Story of an Era 1900–1965. 2000Google Scholar
  5. National Statistical Office: Tonga Statistics Department, P. O. Box 149.Google Scholar
  6. Nuku’alofa.Google Scholar
  7. Website: http://www.spc.int/prism/Country/to/stats

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 2013

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  • Barry Turner

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