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Eminent Sierra Leonians ( in the nineteenth century)

Sierra Leone. Department of Information.

Eminent Sierra Leonians ( in the nineteenth century)

by Sierra Leone. Department of Information.

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Published by Sierra Leone Government in Freetown .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSierra Leone. Department of Information.
The Physical Object
Pagination85p.
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21583267M

  In the s, Jackson had lived among Sierra Leone s Kuranko people, conducting ethnographic fieldwork. He returned to ghostwrite the autobiography of his old friend, the eminent politician Sewa Bockarie Marah known as "SB" leader of Sierra Leone s People s s: 2. The Case For Eminent Domain in the Socio-Economic and Political Development of Sierra Leone May 2, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer KABS KANU COMMENTARY 0 By Dr. Yahya Kaloko.

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The Sierra Leone National Book Fair will today Friday 20 th September be officially launched at the British Council Hall, Tower Hill. Omarr Farouk Sesay, the chair person of two of the organizers of the event, PEN Sierra Leone and Sierra Leone Writers’ Guild, said in an interview that, the event will mainly be about the fundraising activities and promotion of the book fair launch. Western Biographical Publishing Co, Cincinnati Ohio Binding holding well, but there is separation of the first few pages. Complete, original hardcover book. 11" x 9 1/2" x 4 1/2" thick. This book Seller Rating: % positive.


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