By Daniel J. Paracka Jr.

This e-book is ready Fourah Bay university (FBC) and its position as an establishment of upper studying in either its African and foreign context. The research strains the College's improvement via classes of missionary schooling (1816-1876), colonial schooling (1876-1938), and improvement schooling (1938-2001).

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