Gold Coast

The Gold Coast achieved independence as Ghana in 1957. 

 
 
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OLD TIN TRUNK (1948)

Traditions and rituals of marriage and dowry in Gold Coast of Africa. Tale of how Arabella has her dowry added ...

 

WEAVING IN A GOLD COAST VILLAGE (1948)

How Gold Coast villagers benefit from a modernisation of their methods of weaving.

 

WEAVING IN TOGOLAND (1948)

Students trained at Achimota College in Ghana in modern methods of spinning and weaving pass on their knowledge to a ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.10 (1947)

Inter-colonial sports. Nigeria v Gold Coast at Lagos 1947.

'Inter-Colonial Sports Nigeria v Gold Coast, Lagos 1947'. The police ground Ikoyi, ...

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.9

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.9 (1947)has video enhanced entry

'London: This magazine is devoted to the activities of the Gold Coast Band during their visit to the U.K. The ...

HERE IS THE GOLD COAST

HERE IS THE GOLD COAST (1947)has video enhanced entry

A Central Office of Information film outlining the planned development of the Gold Coast over the next ten years.

Over footage ...

 

FIGHT FOR LIFE (1946)

A film which shows the primitive conditions of the people of the northern region of the Gold Coast. It shows ...

 

FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS IN THE HOME (1946)

A film produced in West Africa in order to show how, by sensible conduct and precautionary measures in the home, ...

 

FISHERMEN'S SERVICE (1946)

Scenes from the service conducted by His Lordship the Bishop of Accra at Bukom Square, Accra, Ghana.

 

GOLD COAST JOURNEY (1946)

View of the coast from surf boats, Portuguese palaces, canoes used for fishing, women cleaning the catch, mud ovens for ...

 

POTTERY IN THE GOLD COAST (1946)

A John Page film showing the various processes involved in pottery making in the Gold Coast (Ghana). "The film opens ...

 

VICTORY PARADE (1946) enhanced entry

Colonial troops in England for the Victory Parade on 8 June 1946.

Colonial troops arrive in Britain for the Victory Parade. ...