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HOUSE OF SLAVES & ‘DOOR OF NO RETURN’ <br>Gold Coast/Ghana Slave Forts, Castles & Dungeons And The Atlantic Slave Trade<p> by Edmund Abaka
 

HOUSE OF SLAVES & ‘DOOR OF NO RETURN’
Gold Coast/Ghana Slave Forts, Castles & Dungeons And The Atlantic Slave Trade

by Edmund Abaka

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Though the pyramids of Egypt, the obelisks of Ethiopia and the stone walls of Zimbabwe are some of the remarkable historical structures in Africa, none of them quite capture the intricate connections between African and global history as the slave castles of Modern Ghana do. More than forty-five castles, forts and dungeons dotted the two hundred and fifty mile coastline of the Gold Coast (Modern Ghana) in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Grim and foreboding in their appearance, these castles and dungeons have become eternal coastal signposts of a disturbing past.

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