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‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia. / Everill, Bronwen.

Commercial Agriculture as an Alternative to the Slave Trade. Ohio University Press, 2013.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Everill, B 2013, ‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia. in Commercial Agriculture as an Alternative to the Slave Trade. Ohio University Press.

APA

Everill, B. (Accepted/In press). ‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia. In Commercial Agriculture as an Alternative to the Slave Trade Ohio University Press.

Vancouver

Everill B. ‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia. In Commercial Agriculture as an Alternative to the Slave Trade. Ohio University Press. 2013

Author

Everill, Bronwen. / ‘The Colony has made no progress in Agriculture’: Contested Perceptions of Agriculture in the Colonies of Sierra Leone and Liberia. Commercial Agriculture as an Alternative to the Slave Trade. Ohio University Press, 2013.

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