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african independence

Gold Coast british established in 1884, on the west coast of africa, rich sources of gold and cacao(that is how it got it's name), over time the gold supply went down and they turned to cacao.
Cacao used to make chocolate, by 1920 half the world's supply of cacao came from GC, cash crop after gold ran out.
Kwame Nkrumah he studied as a young man in the US, leader for independence, he really wanted independence, led strikes and boy cots against Brit. goods in GC, went to prison but kept fighting, led Ghana.
Created by: katie_spanish