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F.Z.S. Peregrino (1851-1919): An Early Pan-Africanist – Q.N. Parsons (in Tinabantu, 1, 1; May 2002)

Fa adwene: a novel in Twi – F. Dankwa (Presbyterian Book Depot, Accra; 1965, 1968; 30 pgs) Think

Fa Ho Adwen – J. Gyekye-Aboagye and S.A. Gyima (CASAS Monograph Series No. 19; 2002) A collection of proverbial and folk wisdom

Faceless – Amma Darko (Sub-Saharan Publishers, Legon; 2003; 232 pgs) Novel; introductory essay by Kofi Anyidoho

Facilities and resources for diabetes care at regional health facilities in southern Ghana  Albert G.B. Amoah, Samuel K. Owusu, J. Terry Saunders, Wei Li Fang, Henrietta A. Asare, Joice G. Pastors, Cindi Sanborn, Eugene J. Barrett, Moses K.A. Woode and Kwame Osei (pgs. 123-130 in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 42, 2; November 1998)

Facing Africa‘s Predicament: Academe Needs to Play a Stronger Role – R. Joseph (The Chronicle of Higher Education; March 7 2003)

Facing Mount Kenya: The Traditional Life of the Gikuyu – Jomo Kenyatta (1938; Vintage Books, New York, US; 1950; Heinemann, London, England; 1979)

Facing the Future Together (Global Coalition on Women and Aids; UNAIDS, New York, US; 2004)

Facing Two Ways – Ghana’s Coastal Communities Under Colonial Rule – R.S. Gocking (University Press of America; 1999)

Fact Sheet of Ghana Stock Exchange (pgs. 10, 11 in Money Market, 2; July 1992)

Facteurs d’attraction et de répulsion à l’origine des flux migratoires internationaux – Rapport national, Sénégal (EUROSTAT; Working Paper; Populations et conditions sociales 3/2000/E/no. 12; Commission des communautés européennes; 2000) Roughly, ‘Pull and push factors at the origin of international migratory flows – Senegal National Report’

Factors Affecting Female Participation in Education in Relation to the Northern Scholarship Scheme – S.K. Atakpa (Research report for the Ministry of Education; 1996)

Factors Affecting Food Poverty in Ghana – S. Kyereme and E. Thorbecke (pgs. 39-52 in Journal of Development Studies, 28, 1; 1991)

Factors associated with tuberculosis treatment default and completion at the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Ghana – Emmanuel Atsu Dodor and Godwin Yao Afenyadu (pgs. 827-832 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 99, 1; Nov. 2005)

Factors influencing attendance to immunization sessions for children in a rural district of Ghana – William K. Bosu, Doris Ahelegbe, Emmanuel Edum-Fotwe, Kobina A Bainson and Paa Kobina Turkson (pgs. 259-267 in Acta Tropica, 68, 3; December 1997)

Factors Influencing Production and Consumption of Cocoa – J.G. Amoafo (pgs. 17-26 in Ghana Agricultural Economics Bulletin, I; date?)

Factors Influencing the Decision to Participate in Micro-credit Programme: An Illustration for Northern Ghana – M. Ayamga, D.B. Sarpong and S. Asuming-Brempong (pgs. 57-65 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 3, 2; 2006)

Factors of Agricultural Growth in West Africa – (ed.) I.M. Ofori (in Proceedings of an international conference held at Legon, April 1971; ISSER, University of Ghana; 1973)

Factors related to the delegation of parental roles among West Africans in London – E.N. Goody and C.L. Muir (Manuscript report, SSRC, London, England; 1972)

Factors to be considered in the preservation of parenteral and ophthalmic solutions and suspensions – S.M. Heman-Ackah (pgs. 32-34 in West African Pharmacist, 10, 3; Lagos, Nigeria; May 1968)

Factory management and workers in the Accra capital district – Margaret Peil (pgs. 23-35 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 10, 1; 1966)

Facts about religious leaders of old (Ghana Society of Religious Liberals, Accra; 1965)

Facts to remember – N.A. Odoi (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965; 151 pgs)

Faith Healing and Women’s Reproductive Health – Brigid Sackey (in Research Review (new series) 18, 1; Legon; 2002)

Falling into place – Policy that works for forests and people – E.N.A. Kotey, J. François, J.G.K. Owusu, R. Yeboah, K.S. Amanor and L. Antwi (Series 4, International Institute for Environment and Development, London England; 1998; 138 pgs)

False Start in Africa – R. Dumont (André Deutsch, London, England; 1966) Original in French was L’Afrique noire est mal partie

Family and Family Planning in Southern Ghana W. Bleek (pgs.138-153 in Sex Roles, Population and Development in West Africa, (ed.) C. Oppong, International Labour Organization, Heinemann Educational Books and James Currey; 1987)

Family and Social Change in an African City – P. Marris (London, England; 1961)

Family Background and Educational Opportunities in Ghana – I. Addae-Mensah, J.S. Djangmah and C.O. Agbenyega (Ghana Universities Press; 1973)

Family budget surveys: (Joint Project 9); Vol. 1: East Africa, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana (Commission for Technical Co-operation in Africa and Scientific Council for Africa, London, England; 1965; 182 pgs)

Family change in Africa: a review – C. Oppong (pgs. 1-17 in Research Review, 7; 1971)

Family Law and Customary Practices for Child Maintenance and Inheritance in Ghana – L. Oware-Gyekye, Alexina Arthur and E.V.O.Dankwa (Family and Development Programme, FADEP Technical Series No. 5, Department of Georgraphy and Resource Development, University of Ghana, Legon; 1995;141 pgs)

Family Law in Ghana – William E. Ofei (Sebewie Publishers; 1998; 436 pgs)

Family Law Policy and Research Agenda – H.J.A.N. Mensa-Bonsu (in The Changing Family in Ghana, (ed.) E. Ardayfio-Schandorf, details to come)

Family Life Education Needs of School Leavers: A Study in Akwapim Akropong – Doris Essah (in Research Review (new series) 18, 1; Legon; 2002)

Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services in Ghana: An Annotated Bibliography Y. Oheneba-Sakyi (Greenwood Publishing Group; 1994; 176 pgs)

Family Resources and Reproductive Health of Girls: A Focus on Tugbewôwô: Puberty Rites among the Dodome Ewes – Laetitia A.P. Hevi-Yiboe (in Research Review (new series) 19, 1; Legon; 2003)

Fanon – D. Caute (Viking Press, New York, US; 1970)

Fanon P. Geismar (Dial Press, New York, US; 1971)

Fanon: In Search of the African Revolution – Adele L. Jinadu (Fourth Dimension Publishers, Enugu, Anambra State, Nigeria; 1980)

Fanon: The Awakener – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs 4-43 in Negro Digest, 23, 12; 1969) Essay; also found listed as pgs. 4-9, 29-43 in Negro Digest, 18, 12; Oct. 1969

Fanon’s Dialectic of Experience Ato Sekyi-Otu (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1996)

Fante-Akan Proverbs – G.R. Acquaah (details to come)

Fante (Ghana) Chika Okeke (Rosen Publishing Group; 1997; 64 pgs)

Fante lake fishing festivals – J.B. Hall (pgs. 149-154 in Nigerian Field, 3, 4; October 1966)

Fante Primer Timothy Laing (Cape Coast; 1864)

Fante star lore – J.S. Dunn (pgs. 52-64 in Nigerian Field, 25, 2; 1960)

Fante Word List with Rules of Spelling – F.L. Bartels (Methodist Book Depot, Cape Coast; 1944; 84 pgs)

Fanti and Ashanti H. Brackenbury and G.L. Huyshe (London, England; 1873)

Fanti Customary Laws – A Brief Introduction to the Principles of the Native Laws and Customs of the Fanti and Akan Districts of the Gold Coast, with A Report on Some Cases Thereon Decided in the Law Courts – J. Mensah Sarbah (London, England; 1897; 2nd edition, William Clowes and Sons, Ltd, London; 1904; 34 pages of introductory material, 317 pages of text with another 190 pages of selected cases; 3rd edition [?], Frank Cass, London; 1966)

Fanti Law Report J. Mensah Sarbah (William Clowes and Sons, London, England; 1904)

Fanti National Constitution and Fanti Law Report J. Mensah Sarbah (W. Clowes, London, England; 1906; 273 pgs; Frank Cass, London; 1968)

Far and near – Robert Richardson Okyne (University of London Press, London, England; 1967; 127 pgs) English at work, Reader no. 4

Far and near – R.R. Okyne (University of London Press, London, England; 1966; 128 pgs) English at Work Reader 5

Farm/non-farm Linkages in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications – S. Haggblade, P. Hazell and J. Brown (Discussion paper, Agriculture and Rural Development Department, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 1987)

Farm radio forum project – Ghana; 1964-5. – Hellen C. Abell (Department of Geography, University of Waterloo; 1965; 179 pgs)

Farm Size and the Modernization of Agriculture in Ghana E. Dadson (in Factors of Agricultural Growth in West Africa, (ed.) I.M. Ofori; ISSER, Legon, 1973)

Farm Size, Resource Use Efficiency, and Rural Development: Technoserve and Small-Scale Pineapple Farmer Groups in Ghana – Daniel Bruce Sarpong and A. B. West (Issues in African Rural Development Monograph Series, 30; 2002)

Farmer-Trader Relationship: Is There Exploitation? – V.K. Nyanteng (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 3, University of Ghana; 1978)

Farmers, Traders and Brokers in the Gold Coast Economy – R.J. Southall (pgs. 185-211 in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 12, 2 1978)

Farming in the Shadow of the City: Changes in Land Rights and Livelihoods in Peri-Urban Accra – D. Maxwell, W.O. Larbi, S.W. Lamptey and M. Armah-Klemesu, (CFP Report 23; 1998) Also found listed as published in Third World Planning Review, 2, 4; 1999, with S. Zakariah included as a co-author

Farming System Research and its Application – West Africa (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 18, University of Ghana; 1985)

FASS Bulletin – Volume 1, No. 1 (Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1996; 136 pgs)

Fatal Indifference: The G8, Africa and Global Health – R. Labonte, T. Schrecker, D. Sanders and W. Meeus (University of Cape Town Press, South Africa, 2004; 378 pgs) Analysis of globalization, development and Group of Eight policies related to Africa, with a primary focus on policies influencing health and its privatization, and how commitments are broken (ABCBR)

Feasibility Report on Sugar and Rice Production Project in Accra Plains (Nippon Koei Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; 1967) Four volumes

Feasibility study for an alumina plant in Ghana; Report No. 66-64-RE; 5 vols. (Kaiser Engineers and Constructors, Oakland CA, US; 1966)

Feasibility study for the Avu-Keta Project, Volta Region, Ghana, 5 vols. – Karl Erich Gall Wakuti (Ministry of Agriculture, Accra; 1968)

Feasibility study on substitution of solar energy for oil in large-scale commercial drying of maize: evaluation of post-production systems for cereals in Ghana – phase one report (Ministry of Energy, Accra; 1991; 82 pgs)

Fecundity, gonadosomatic index and breeding cycle of the clupeid llisha Africana (Bloch) occurring in the coastal waters of Cape Coast (Ghana) – E.G.S. Azumah (pgs. 91-94 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 3; Oct. 1991)

Feeding America's War Machine: the United States and Economic Expansion in West Africa during World War II – Adebayo Oyebade (pgs. 119-140 in African Economic History, 26; 1998)

Feeding preferences of duiker (Cephalophus maxwelli, C. rufilatus, and C. niger) in Ivory Coast and Ghana T. Hofmann and H. Roth (pgs. 65-77 in Mammalian Biology Zeitschrift für Saugetierkunde, 68, 2; 2003)

Fela: From West Africa to West Broadway (ed.) Trevor Schoonmaker (Palgrave Macmillan; 2003, 2004; 212 pgs) Essays on the life and growing legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti (ABCBR)

Fela: The Life and Times of an African Musical Icon – M.E. Veal (Temple University Press, Philadelphia PA, US; 2000)

Female and Male in West Africa – Christine Oppong (George Allen and Unwin, London, England; 1974)

Female and Small-Scale Employment under Modernization in Ghana – W.F. Steel (pgs. 154-167 in Economic Development and Cultural Change, 30, 1; 1981)

Female Autonomy, Family Decision Making, and Demographic Behavior in Africa – Kofi Awusabo-Asare (Studies in African Economic and Social Development, V. 12; 1999) Amazon lists Y. Oheneba-Sakyi as co-author

Female Circumcision, Excision and Infibulation: Facts and Proposals for Change (ed.) Maclean Scilla (details to come; 1980)

Female Circumcision in Somalia and Women's Motives – M. Dirie (pgs. 581-588, 591 in Acta Obstetrical Gynecology of Scandinavia, 70, 7-8)

Female Circumcision: Rite of Passage or Violation of Rights – F.A. Althause (pgs. 130-133 in International Family Planning Perspectives, 23, 3; 1997)

Female Genital Mutilation – A Call for Global Action – N. Toubia (details to come; 1993)

Female Genital Mutilation, Excision and Infibulation: A Bibliography – L.P. Sanderson (London, England; 1986)

Female Genital Mutilation: Proposal for ChangeElsworth Dorkenoo and E. Scilla (details to come; 1992)

Female genital mutilation: Socio-cultural factors that influence the practice in Kassena-Nankana District, Ghana P.K. Adongo, P. Akweongo, F.N. Binka and C. Mbacké (pgs. 25-36 in African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2, 2; 1998)

Female-Headed Households in Southern Africa: Issues, Problems and Prospects – Bertha Z. Osei-Hwedie (in Research Review (new series) 14, 2; Legon; 1998)

Female Migration in Africa – P. Makinwa-Adebusoye (in Conference on the Role of Migration in African Development: Issues and Policies for the 90s; vol. 1, Commissioned Papers, Dakar Union for African Population Studies, Senegal; 1990)

Female Song Tradition and the Akan of Ghana: The Creative Process in Nnwonkoro – K. Ampene (School of Oriental and African Studies Musicology Series, London, England; 2004)

Feminine plurals in Hausa: a case of syntactic overcorrection – Paul Newman (pgs. 245-248 in Journal of African Languages, 6, 3; 1967)

Feminism and the State in Nigeria: The National Machinery for Women – Amina Mama (National Machinery Series No. 4, Third World Network-Africa, Accra; 2000)

Feminist Africa: National Politricks (African Gender Institute; 2004)

Feminist Africa: Sexual Cultures (African Gender Institute; 2005)

Feminization of poverty: A study of women in stone chips business in Cape Coast Municipality – L.A. Dei, R. Lund, K.A. Boakye and E. Opoku-Agyeman (in The Changing Faces of Poverty in Ghana, (eds.) K. Awusabo-Asare, S. Agyei-Mensah and S.H. Jorgensen; Proceedings of the NUFU Workshop, University of Cape Coast, October, 2005; 2005)

Fermented Fish in Africa: A Study on Processing, Marketing and Consumption – Kofi Manso Essuman (Fisheries Technical Paper, No. 329; details to come; 1993)

Fertiliser Pricing and Distribution Policy in Ghana K. Asenso-Okyere (in Issues in African Rural Development, C. Doss and C. Olsen, Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Arlington VA, US; 1991)

Fertilizer research for agricultural extension in Ghana – J. Anim-Appiah (pgs. 83-90 in Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 2; 1968)

Fertilizers for Ghanaian farmers (pgs. 328-334 in Agricultural Newsletter, Accra; Aug. 1968) Authorship uncertain

Fertilizing young rubber – A.A. Opoku (pgs. 4, 5 in Cropsearch, 2, 2; June 1992)

Fertility and child mortality in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana – K. Benefo and T. Schultz (pgs. 123-58 in World Bank Economic Review, 10, 1; 1996)

Fertility attitudes in three economically contrasting regions of Ghana – J.C. Caldwell (in Economic Development and Cultural Change, 15, 2; 1967)

Festivals in Ghana – Kwaku Amoako-Attah Fosu (Amok Publications, or c/o Centre for National Culture, P.O. Box 3085, Kumasi; 2001, 2nd edition; 61 pgs)

Festivals of Social Cohesion in the Hinterland of the Gold Coast – M. Fortes (in American Anthropologist, 38; 1936)

Fetische Gur-sprachiger Völker (Tallensi, Bulsa, Lyela) in der westafrikanischen Savanne R. Schott (pgs. 171-230 in Was sind Fetische? Roter Faden zur Ausstellung, Museum für Völkerkunde, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; 1986)

Fetish Gold – C. Ratton (University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia PA, US; 1975; 68 pgs)

Feynman-α technique for measurement of detector dead time using a 30 kW tank-in-pool research reactor E. H. K. Akaho, J. D. K. Intsiful, B. T. Maakuu, S. Anim-Sampong and B. J. B. Nyarko (pgs. 585-590 in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 479, 2-3; 1 March 2002)

Fiber Optics Engineering (ed.) T.O. Mensah (in AIChE Symposium Series, Book Volume 283 [?]; 1987)

Fibre failure in paper – F.W. Ashong (pgs. 6-10 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 2; July 1965)

Fidel and Malcolm X: Memories of a Meeting – Rosemary Mealy (Ocean Press, Melbourne, Australia; 1993)

Fiduciary principles in Anglo-American law and the customary law of Ghana: a comparative study – Samuel K.B. Asante (pgs. 1144-1188 in International Comparative Law Quarterly, 14, 4; October 1965)

Field Notes D. Tait (manuscripts, Balme Library, University of Ghana; no date)

Field notes: Northern Ghana, Upper Volta and Niger – Ivor Wilks (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1966; 94 pgs)

Field notes: Northern Ghana, Upper Volta and Niger – Jack Goody (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1966; 53 pgs)

Field study of agricultural change: the cocoa farmers of Akim Abuakwa, Eastern Region, Ghana – V.C. Uchendu (Stanford CA, US; 1969)

Field Tour Accra Plains in sustaining soils productivity in Intensive African agriculture P. Agyili, J.K. Amatekpor and J.W. Oteng (Seminar proceedings, ed. CTA; 1993)

Fields of social control among the LoDagaba – Jack Goody (pgs. 75-104 in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 87; 1957)

Fifteen Nzema proverbs – Donald C. Simmons and Lydia F. Akesson (pgs. 262-265 in Folklore, 75; 1965)

Fifteen Poems from Eweland – I.K. Hoh (pgs. 98-104 in Voices of Ghana: Literary Contributions to the Ghana Broadcasting System: 1955-57; (ed.) H. Swanzy; 1958)

50 Years of Civil Service Reform Experience in Anglophone Africa – Reflections on the Past to Guide Future Efficiency in Governance – Michael A. Bentil (Design Solutions, Accra, tel. 7010862; 2004; 220 pgs)

Fifty Years of the Bretton Woods Institutions and Adjustment in Africa: Consolidation or Change? – E. Hutchful (in Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 16, 3; 1995)

Fighters for National Liberation – R.A. Ulyanovsky et al. (Moscow, then USSR; 1983) Includes Soviet critiques of Nkrumah’s politics and ideology

Fights, riots, and disturbances with 'objectionable and provocative art' among the Fante Asafo companies – Kwame Amoah Labi (in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series, 2; 1998)

Fighting Corruption, Promoting Good Governance: Commonwealth Expert Group on Good Governance and the Elimination of Corruption [Expert Group Report] – K. Botchwey (details to come; 2001)

Figures in a Dance: The Theatre of W.B. Yeats and Wole Soyinka – Chii Akporji (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US and Asmara, Eritrea; 2003; 269 pgs)

Figures in Wood of West Africa – L. Underwood (Tiranti, London, England; 1964)

Filiation, Economic Crisis, and the Status of Women in Ghana – G. Mikell (in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 18, 1; 1984)

Final Report of the Commission on Bribery and Corruption (Accra; 1974) The chair was Justice P.D. Anin and the members were Dr. Ephraim Amu, Rev. G.K. Sintim-Misa, Prof. K.E. deGraft-Johnson, Lt. Col. K.A. Buckman, Kwame Afreh and P.A. Dako, according to Kumi Ansah-Koi in Political Parties and Democracy in Ghana’s Fourth Republic, (eds.) Ninsin and Drah

Final Report of the Special Investigation Board (Kidnapping and Killing of Specified Persons), 1983 (Republic of Ghana)

Final Report on Female Education Scholarship Scheme (Ghana Education Service, Accra; 2001)

Final Report on Strategies for Financing the Education Sector (Ghana Education Sector Development Project Trust Fund, Ministry of Education, Accra; 2002)

Financial Capacities of District Assemblies – K. Asibuo (in A Decade of Decentralisation in Ghana: Retrospect and Prospects, (eds.) W. Thomi, P.W.K. Yankson and S.Y. Zanu; Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Accra; 2000)

Financial Commitments and Sustainability of the Basic Education Sector Improvement Programme (BESIP/FCUBE) (Ministry of Education; 1998)

Financial Integration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa Machiko Nissanke and Ernest Aryeetey (Routledge Studies in Development Economics, London and New York; 1998)

Financial Integration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Study of Informal Finance in Ghana – E. Aryeetey (ODI Working Paper No. 78, Overseas Development Institute Regent’s College, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NS, England; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; www.oneworld.org/odi; 1994)

Financial Intermediation for the Poor: Credit Demand by Micro, Small and Medium Enteprises in Ghana: A Further Assignment for Financial Sector Policy – S. Akoena and F.A. Gockel (IFLIP Research Paper No. 6, International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 2002)

Financial Markets in Ghana – E. Asiedu-Mante (in Issues in Central Banking and Bank Distress, WAIFEM, Lagos, Nigeria; 1998)

Financial Sector Reform: A Review of World Bank Assistance (World Bank Operations Evaluation Department; 1998)

Financial Sector Reforms and Bank Performance in Ghana O.T. Antwi-Asare and E.K.Y. Addison (Overseas Development Institute Research Study and University of Ghana; 2000)

Financial sector reform programme: a general outline (pgs. 6, 31 in The Investor, 1, 2; 1992)

Financial Services for Women Entrepreneurs in the Informal Sector of Ghana Aba Amissah Quainoo (World Bank, Africa Region Studies in Rural and Micro Finance No. 8; 1999)

Financing health care in Ghana W.K. Asenso-Okyere (pgs. 86-91 in World Health Forum 16; 1995)

Financing of Education: Challenges of Budget Implementation (Ministry of Education, Accra; 2001)

Financing Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Ghana – P. Quartey (in Journal of African Business, 4, New York, US; 2002)

Financing Sub-National Governments in Ghana: The Case of the District Assemblies’ Common Fund – J.R.A. Ayee (pgs. 292-306 in Regional and Federal Studies, 5, 3; 1995)

FINSAP: its objectives, achievements and limitations (pgs. 9-11 in The Professional Accountant; Nov. 1992) Financial sector adjustment programme, in the good old days of naked SAP

Firearms and Warfare on the Gold and Slave Coasts from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries R. Kea (in Journal of African History, 12, 2; 1971)

Firearms Availability and Crime in Ghana – Emmanuel Kwasi Aning (in Studies in Small Arms and Crime in Africa, (ed.) Adedeji Ebo; details to come; 2003)

Firm Performance and Foreign Ownership in Africa: Evidence from Zimbabwe, Ghana and Kenya – V. Ramchandran and M.K. Shah (RPED Paper No. 81, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 1998)

First Aid in Community Health Care – (ed.) C.E.P. Saramasinghe (Ghana Red Cross Society, P.O. Box 835 Accra; 1991, 1997; 226 pgs)

First Dates from Coastal Sites near Kpone, Ghana – S. Nygaard and M.R. Talbot (pgs. 29-30 in Nyame Akuma (Legon) 11; 1977)

First 100 days: broadcast speech by Lt.-General J.A. Ankrah… on Friday, 3rd June, 1966 (Ministry of Information on behalf of the NLC [National Liberation Council]; 10 pgs)

First U---Pb zircon age of extrusive volcanism in the Birimian Supergroup of Ghana/West Africa – Wolfgang Hirdes and Don W. Davis (pgs. 291-294 in Journal of African Earth Sciences, 27, 2; August 1998) 

Fiscal and Balance of Payments Aspects of Ghana’s Development (World Bank Report No. 638a-GH, Internal Publication; 19 May 1975)

Fiscal Deficits, Output Growth and Inflation Targets in Ghana N.K. Sowa (in World Development, 22, 8; 1994)

Fiscal Development Policies and Options – G.K. Tsikata and G.K. Amuzu (in Policies and Options for Ghanaian Economic Development, (ed.) V.K. Nyanteng, ISSER, University of Ghana; 1993)

Fiscal Mobilization: An Essential Dimension in Decentralized Planning in Ghana – K. Diaw (pgs. 38-48 in Decentralized Development Planning in Ghana, (eds.) A.P. Tetteh et al., Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; 1996)

Fish population changes in the Volta Lake over the period January 1966-September 1966 – T. Peter (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966) Author listed as Petr in Ghana National Bibliography (1968)

Fish population changes in the Volta Lake over the period May 1965-July 1966 – T. Peter (Volta Basin Research Project Technical Report X14, University of Ghana; 1966; 4 pgs) Author listed as Petr in Ghana National Bibliography (1968)

Fish population changes in the Volta Lake over the period May 1965-July 1966 – T. Peter (Volta Basin Research Project Technical Report X23, University of Ghana; 1968; 3 pgs) Author listed as Petr in Ghana National Bibliography (1968)

Fishery Country Profile – Ghana (FID/CP/GHA Rev. 3, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome; 1998)

Five lives of great Ghanaian pioneers – Dora Yacoba Addo (Anowuo Educational Publications, Accra; 1967; 18 pgs)

5-Year Development Plan (Ministry of Education; 1996)

Five-Year Development Plan, 1975/76-1979/80 (Government of Ghana; Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1975)

Flash of the spirit: African and Afro-American art and philosophy – Robert Farris Thompson (Random House, New York, US; 1983) (Alkalimat)

Flexibility and Responsiveness in the Ghana Economy: Reflections on the Post-Decline Atrophy Syndrome – J.H. Frimpong-Ansah (J.B. Danquah Memorial Lecture Series, 29, Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences; Feb. 1996)

Flight behaviour of Prostephanus truncatus and Teretrius nigrescens demonstrated by a cheap and simple pheromone-baited trap designed to segregate catches with time – L. A. Birkinshaw, R. J. Hodges and S. Addo (pgs. 227-232 in Journal of Stored Products Research, 40, 2; 2004) On the storage pest Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Histeridae) and its predator Teretrius nigrescens (Lewis)

Flood and Famine, Drought and Glut – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 2011-2012 in West Africa; 30 Sept. 1985) Essay

Flood control at Barikese dam, Ghana, with special reference to the air regulated siphon spillway – J.D. Williams (pgs. 101-109 in International Congress on Large Dams; Transactions,  Vol. 2, question 33, Report 8; Istanbul, Turkey; 1967)

Flore d’Oware et du Benin – A.M.F.J. Palisot-Beauvois (Paris, France; 1805) Roughly, ‘The flora of Oware and Benin’

Flowerfall – John Okai (mimeo, London, England; 1969) Poetry; early Atukwei

Flowering, pollination and pod formation in bambara groundnut (Voandzeia subteranea) in Ghana – E.V. Doku (pgs. 41-48 in Experimental Agriculture, 4, 1; Jan. 1968)

Focus on Ghana J.E. Flint (pgs. 467-476 in New Commonwealth, 44; October 1966)

Focus on Ghana The Real Estate Market in Ghana – R.K. Kasanga (in The Valuer, ISVA, England; July 1991)

Focusing on the Early Learner – Some West African Situations – Esther C. Ampene (Sam Modern Stationery Supplies, P.O. Box 5412, Accra-North; 1987; 65 pgs)

Folklore: Some Problems of Copyright J. Collins (in Ghana Copyright News, Jan. 1991-Dec. 1992)

Folk Songs of Ghana – J.H.K. Nketia (Oxford University Press for University of Ghana; 1963; 205 pgs)

Folklore and Development – The Runner and the Chaser: The Illusion of Catching Up – Owusu Brempong (in Research Review (new series) 11, 1 & 2; Legon; 1995)

Fontes Historiae Religionis Aegyptiacae, Vols. 1-5 – Thomas Hopfner (Bonn, Germany; 1922-1925)

Fontomfrom: Contemporary Ghanaian Literature, Theatre and Film – K. Anyidoho and J. Gibbs (in Matatu, 21-22; 2000)

Fontomfrom: Contemporary Ghanaian Literature, Theatre and Film – (eds.) Kofi Anyidoho and James Gibbs (Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Atlanta GA, US; 2000; 383 pgs)

Food and Agriculture Sector Development Policy (FASDEP) (Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Accra; 2002)

Food and Nutrition – Clara Opare-Obisaw (in Research Review (new series) 19, 1; Legon; 2003)

Food and Nutritional Adequacy in Ghana – Harold C. Alderman (Food and Nutrition Policy Program Working Paper No. 27; details to come)

Food First: Beyond the Myth of Scarcity – F. M. Lappé and J. Collins (Houghton Miflin, Boston MA, US; 1977; revised edtn. Random House, New York, US; 1978)

Food for the people: lecture in the Ghana Academy of Science’s series ‘What Ghana could have done with its money and natural resources and what can be done now’ – W.K. Agble (Crops Research Institute, Kumasi; Ghana Academy of Sciences; 1966; 19 pgs)

Food in the domestic economy of the Tallensi – M. and S.L. Fortes (pgs. 237-276 in Africa, 9; 1937)

Food nutrition and agriculture – F.T. Sai (pgs. 18-22 in Ghana Farmer, 12, 1; Feb. 1968)

Food Production in Urban Areas: A Study of Urban Agriculture in Accra, Ghana K. Obosu-Mensah (details to come; 1999)

Food technology and the development of food resources in Ghana – W.F.K. Christian (pgs. 138-143 in Ghana Farmer, 9, 4; November 1965)

Food traders and food security in Ghana Gracia Clark (in The Political Economy of African Famine, (eds.) Donna O. Kerner and Stephen Reyna, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Philadelphia, PA, US; 1991)

Foods of Ghana – Pauline Whitby (pgs. 1-31 in Food Research Institute Research Bulletin, 1; Jan. 1968)

Football in Africa: Conflict, Conciliation and Community – (eds.) Richard Giulianotti and Gary Armstrong (Palgrave/Macmillan, London, England; 2004; 304 pgs)

For a healthy heart – Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng (pg. 1385 in West Africa, No. 3909; 17-23 Aug. 1992)

For a World Free of Violence against Women in Ghana – Dorcas Coker-Appiah (WILDAF; 2003)

For Neruda, For Chile – (ed.) Walter Lowenfels (Beacon Press, Boston MA, US; 1975)

For the Love of a Woman Gloria Yartey (a.k.a. Nkrabeah Effah Dartey) (Assemblies of God Literature Centre, Accra; 2003; 61 pages) Besides having been a soldier, politician and lawyer, this fellow is also a playwright and dedicated man of the theatre

Forced Labour in British West Africa: The Case of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast, 1906-1927 R.G. Thomas (pgs. 79-103 in Journal of African History, 14, 1; 1973)

Forced Labour in Colonial Africa – A.T. Nzula, I.I. Potekhin and A.Z. Zusmanovich (Zed Press, London, England; 1979)

Forecasting Investment Needs in South Africa’s Electricity and Telecom Sectors – Željko Bogetiæ and Johannes W. Fedderke (pgs. 557-574 in South African Journal of Economics, 74, 3; 2006)

Foreign African Workers in Ghana – N.O. Addo (pgs. 47-68 in International Labour Review, 109, 1; 1974)

Foreign Aid: Evading the Control of Congress – J. R. Morrell (in International Policy Report 3, 1; Jan. 1977)

Foreign Aid in Africa: Learning from Country Experiences – (eds.) J. Carlsson, G. Somolekae and N. van de Walle (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden; 1997)

Foreign Development Lending – Legal Aspects – (ed.) S.J. Rubin (Oceana, Leiden, The Netherlands, and Dobbs Ferry NY, US; 1971)

Foreign Exchange Bureaux in the Economy of Ghana – Kofi A. Osei (African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya; 1996)

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964-1968; Volume 24, Africa – (eds.) N.D. Howland, D. S. Patterson (Office of the Historian, US Department of State, Washington, DC; www.state.gov/www/about_state/history/vol_xxiv/index.html; 1999) Contains the full text of primary documents (letters, telegrams, memoranda, etc.) on US relations with all African countries, including Ghana; adapted from the print publication Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964-1968, Volume 24: Africa, (ed.) Nina Davis Howland (US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, US; 1999). Also contains declassified documents, some on Ghana, with material on pages 411-461 that includes, on page 458, a “secret telegram of 16 March 1964 to President Johnson from Averell Harriman [that] reports his getting the private assessment from Robert Jackson (identified as a UN Special Fund director and adviser to Nkrumah [and described by takes-one-to-know-one Brian Urquhart as ‘the best international operator I have ever seen’]) of the country’s economic future and of Harriman’s effectiveness in pressuring Nkrumah to abandon any socialist policies”, according to Craig N. Murphy in The United Nations Development Programme – A Better Way?, UNDP and Cambridge University Press; 2006

Foreign Trade Regimes and Economic Development: Ghana – J.C. Leith (National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER; Columbia University Press, New York, US and London, England; 1974; 216 pgs)

Foreign trade regulations of Ghana (US Bureau of International Commerce, Overseas Business Reports–OBR 66-77; 1966; 6 pgs)

Forest-based Poverty Reduction: A Brief Review of Facts, Figures, Challenges and Possible Ways Forward (Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy; www.fao.org./DOCREP/005/AC914E/AC914E01.htm; no date)

Forest Entomology in West Tropical Africa: Forest Insects of Ghana M.R. Wagner and S.K.N. Atuahene (in Entomologica; Vol. 47; 1991)

Forest Farm Husbandry – M. Fedden (details to come; 1988)

Forest Protection in Ghana: With Particular Reference to Vegetation and Plant Species – M. Abu-Juam (details to come; 1995)

Forest reserve under Ghana Law – Francis Botchway (pgs. 35-44 in Ghana School of Law Journal, 1; June 1991)

Forest tenure systems and sustainable forest management: the case of Ghana – Charles E. Owuba, Dennis C. Le Master, J. M. Bowker and John G. Lee (pgs. 253-264 in Forest Ecology and Management, 149, 1-3; 1 August 2001)

Forests of Gold: Essays on the Akan and the Kingdom of Asante Ivor Wilks (Ohio University Press, Athens OH, US; 1993)

Foreword – K. Anthony Appiah (in The Struggle for Meaning: Reflections on Philosophy, Culture and Democracy in Africa, Paulin Hountondji; University Centre for International Studies, Athens OH, US; 2002)

Forget the Past or Go Back to the Slave Trade': Trans-Africanism and Popular History in Postcolonial Ghana – Jennifer Hasty (pgs. 135-161 in Ghana Studies, 6; 2003)

Forging stronger bonds of friendship: an illustrated record of the State visit to Ghana from 17th-25th August, 1968 of General Sangoulé Lamizana, President of Upper Volta (Ministry of Information, Accra; 1968; 44 pgs)

Forgotten Africa: An Introduction to its Archaeology – G. Connah (Routledge; London, England; 2004; 193 pgs) Covers 4 million years; topics include Nubia, Egypt, Aksum, the church in Ethiopia, Greeks, Romans and North Africa, Igbo-Ukwu, Benin City, sculpture in Nigeria, and Great Zimbabwe, (ABCBR)

Forgotten Great Africans, 3000 BC to 1959 AD, Vol. I – Gabriel Kingsley Osei (Self-published, London, England; 1965; 80 pgs)

Foriwa – Efua T. Sutherland (State Publishing Corporation, Accra; 1967; 67 pgs) Drama

Formal and Informal Finance for Small Enterprises in Ghana – T.J. Duggleby, E. Aryeetey and W.F. Steel (Industry Series Paper No. 61, World Bank Industry and Energy Department, Washington DC, US; 1992)

Formation and Stratification of the Peasantry in Colonial Ghana – R. Howard (pgs. 62-80 in Journal of Peasant Studies, 8, 4; 1980) Also seen listed as appearing in vol. 8, 1; and in 1981

Forms of pro-parenthood: the sharing and substitution of parental roles – E.N. Goody (in Kinship, (ed.) J. Goody, London, England; 1971 [?])

Formulating African Thought in African Languages: Some Theoretical Considerations – Kwasi Wiredu (in The Surreptitious Speech: Présence Africaine and the Politics of Otherness 1947-1987, (ed.) V.Y. Mudimbe, University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL, US; 1992)

Forosie Edwin Efa (Methodist Book Depot, Cape Coast; 1944, 1968; 11th edition)

Fortified Trade Posts: The English in West Africa, 1645-1822 – A.W. Lawrence (Cape, London, England; 1969; 237 pgs)

Forts and Castles of Ghana Albert van Dantzig (Sedco, Accra; 1980; 96 pgs)

Fostering of children in Ghana: a preliminary report – E. Goody (in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 2, 1; 1966)

Fostering educational participation in pastoral communities through non-formal education: the Ghanaian perspective Obed Mfum-Mensah (pgs. 661-677 in International Journal of Educational Development, 23, 6; Nov. 2003) This investigates the impact of the Shepherd School Programme, a non-formal basic education scheme implemented in seven pastoral communities in northern Ghana, arguing that for non-formal programmes to have a significant impact on educational development in a community, the content of such programmes must meet the communities’ social, cultural, economic and other immediate needs (Science Direct)

Fostering Free Movement of Persons in West Africa: Achievements, Constraints, and Prospects for Intraregional Migration – A. Adepoju (p. 3 in International Migration, 40, 2; 2002)

Fostering Rights Awareness among Women – The Ghanaian Experience A. Kuenyehia (in Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the African Society of International and Comparative Law; 1991)

Foundations of African Social Thought – M. Assimeng (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1994)

Foundations on expansive soils; a literature review – D.M. Gidigasu (Technical Paper No. 3, Building and Road Research Institute, Kumasi; 1968; 26 pgs)

Foundations of the Modern Native States of Northern Ghana – R.B. Bening (pgs. 116-38 in Universitas, vol. 5, no. 1, University of Ghana; 1975)

Fountain Youth Survival Kit For Schools: A Teacher’ Handbook on HIV/AIDS Prevention in Schools – Elioda Tumwesigye (Fountain [Uganda] Publishers, Uganda; 2003; 92 pgs) A set of three explicit and informative books (for primary and secondary levels and for teachers) about HIV/AIDS that aim to fully educate young people about prevention and empower the teacher with the basic information, confidence and skills to transmit this information to young people (ABCBR)

Four African Development Plans: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania Reginald Herbold Green (pgs. 249-279 in Journal of Modern African Studies, 3, 2; 1965) Includes analysis of Ghana’s Seven-Year Development Plan, 1963/64-1969/70

Four Ghanaian novels – Robert E. McDowell (pgs. 22-27 in Journal of the New African Literature and the Arts (Stanford CA, US); 1967)

Four Guineas – A Journey Through West Africa – Elspeth J. Huxley (Chatto and Windus, London, England; 1954; 308 pgs) Pages 76-161 are on Ghana, according to McFarland. If she was one of those Huxleys, this book should be of greater interest than your usual foreigner’s impressions in this rich, pre-independence period

Four Trends in Current African Philosophy – Odera Oruka (in Philosophy in the Present African Situation, (ed.) Alwin Diemer; Wiesbaden, Germany; 1981)

Four Years Captivity in Ashantee – F.A. Ramseyer and P. Steiner (S.W. Partridge, London, England; 1901)

Four Years in Ashantee F. Ramseyer and J. Kühne (J. Nisbet, London, England; R. Carter, New York, US; 1875; 320 pgs) Dated by Perbi as 1878

Four years of the Ghana District Assemblies in operation: decentralization, democratization and administrative performance Richard Crook (in Public Administration and Development, 14; 1994)

4th June: A Revolution Betrayed Barbara E. Okeke (Ikenga Publishers, Enugu, Nigeria; 1982)

Frafra Resettlement and the Population Problem in Zuarungu – T.E. Hilton (pgs. 426-442 in Bulletin de l’IFAN; 1960)

Fragile Coalitions: The Politics of Economic Adjustment – (ed.) J.M. Nelson (Overseas Council, Washington DC, US; 1989)

Fragile Still? The Structure of Ghana’s Economy 1960-94 – Tony Killick (in Economic Reforms in Ghana: The Miracle and the Mirage, (eds.) Aryeetey, Harrigan and Nissanke; 2000)

Fragments Ayi Kwei Armah  (Houghton Mifflin, Boston MA, US; 1970; Collier-Macmillan, New York, US; 1971; Heinemann, London, England; East African Publishing House, Nairobi, Kenya; 1974; 287 pgs) The man’s second published novel

France and Britain in Africa – (eds.) P. Gifford and W.R. Louis (Yale University Press, New Haven CT, US and London, England; 1971)

France and Islam in West Africa, 1860–1960 – Christopher Harrison, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 2007; 256 pgs)

Francis Chapman Grant – J.M. Akita (pgs. 15 and 5 in Ghana Radio and TV Times, 8, 12-13; May 1967)

Frantz Fanon: A Biography – David Macey (Picador, New York, US; 2000)

Frantz Fanon and the psychology of oppression – H.A. Bulhan (Plenum Press, New York, US; 1985) 

Frantz Fanon: Evolution of a Revolutionary: A Bibliographical Sketch – P. Geismar (in Monthly Review, 21, 1; May 1969)

Frantz Fanon: Portrait of a Revolutionary Intellectual Emmanuel Hansen (pgs. 25-36 in Transition, 9, 46; Oct.-Dec. 1974)

Fraser of Trinity and Achimota – W.E.F. Ward (Ghana Universities Press; 1965; 328 pgs)

Frederick Gordon Guggisberg: Myth and Mystery – R.E. Wraith (pgs. 116-122 in African Affairs, 8, 318; Jan. 1981)

Free, Compulsory and Universal Basic Education (FCUBE) by the Year 2005: Policy Document (Ministry of Education, Accra; 1998)

Free Ghana – Free Africa – C. Johnson (pgs. 27-32 in African Communist, 25, 2ème trimestre; 1966)

Free-radical scavenging action of medicinal herbs from Ghana: Thonningia sanguinea on experimentally-induced liver injuries – Maxwell Afari Gyamfi, Masato Yonamine and Yoko Aniya (pgs. 661-667 in General Pharmacology, 32, 6; June 1999) 

Free Speech in Traditional Society: The Cultural Foundations of Communication in Contemporary Ghana Kwesi Yankah [Inaugural Lecture, 20 September 1977, University of Ghana, Legon] (Ghana Universities Press; 1998; 46 pgs)

Freedom and After Tom Mboya (André Deutsch, London, England; 1963)

Freedom and Revolution in the Thought of Frantz Fanon – Emmanuel Hansen (in Ch’Indaba, 3, 1, October-December 1977)

Freedom and Socialism – Julius K. Nyerere (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1968)

Freedom and Unity – Julius Nyerere (Oxford University Press, Dar es Salaam; 1966)

Freedom as Nightmare: Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born – Shatto Arthur Gakwandi (pgs. 102-115 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press, Washington, US; 1992)

Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination – Robin D.G. Kelley (Beacon; Boston MA, US; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC, US; 2001)

Freedom of Information and the Public Service Reforms in Ghana – Robert Dodoo (Media Foundation for West Africa, Accra; date to come)

French Colonial Rule and the Baule People, 1889-1911 – T.C. Weiskel (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1980)

French Colonialism in Tropical Africa, 1900-1945 – J. Suret-Canale (C. Hurst, London, England; 1971)

French colonization and African resistance in West Africa up to the First World War – B.O. Oloruntimehin (in GenèveAfrique, 12, 1; 1973)

French colonization and African resistance in West Africa up to the First World War – B.O. Oloruntimehin (pgs. 24-34 in Tarikh, 4, 3; 1973)

French policy and the origins of the Scramble for West Africa – C.W. Newbury and A.S. Kanya-Forstner (pgs. 253-276 in Journal of African History, 10, 2; 1969)

Fresh whiff of air: a press statement delivered at the Press Club, March 2, 1966 – Alex Quaison-Sackey (Ministry of Information, Accra; 1966)

Freshwater diatoms from Ghana – Niels Foged (Danske videnskabernes selskab Biologiske akrifter, Bd. 15, nr. i; Copenhagen, Denmark; 1966; 169 pgs)

Friedrich Jost, ein Berner Missionar in Asante H. Huppenbauer (Basel, Switzerland; 1943)

Friendship and Empire – J.B. Danquah (Fabian Publications and Victor Gollancz, London, England; 1949)

From abandoned warehouse to life-saving facility, Pakro, Ghana – K.A. Senah, D. Richardson, G. Kwofie, J.B. Wilson, A.H. Collison and E.K. Tinkorang (pgs. S91-S97 in International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 59, Supplement 2; November 1997) 

From Adjustment to Development in Africa: Conflict, Controversy, Convergence, Consensus? (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Gerald K. Helleiner (St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY, US; 1994)

From Adjustment to Development in sub-Saharan Africa: Consensus and Continuing Conflict – Gerald K. Helleiner (Chapter 1, pgs. 3-24 in From Adjustment to Development in Africa: Conflict, Controversy, Convergence, Consensus? (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Gerald K. Helleiner; St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY, US; 1994)

From Adjustment to Poverty Reduction: What Is New? (UNCTAD, Geneva, Switzerland; 2002)

From Assistant Fetish Priest to Archbishop: Studies in Honour of Archbishop Dery – (ed.) Paul Bemile (Vantage Press, New York NY, US; 1987)

From Babylon to Rastafari: Origins and History of the Rastafari Movement – D. Mack (Research Associate School Times Publishing; details to come 1999)

From Brain Exchange to Brain Gain: Policy Implications for the UK of Recent Trends in Skilled Migration from Developing Countries – A. Findlay (International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 2001)

From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcolm X and the Organization of Afro-American Unity – William Sayles (South End Press, Boston MA, US; 1994)

From Class to Race: Essays in White Marxism and Black Radicalism – Charles Mills (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, US; 2004; 284 pgs) In this argument for a new critical theory of Marxism using the insights of black radical political tradition, Mills challenges conventional interpretations of key concepts and contends that Marxism has failed to recognize the centrality of race and white supremacy to the making of the capitalist world (ABCBR)

From Columbus to Castro: The History of the Caribbean 1492-1969 – E. Williams (New York, US; 1970)

From Comes the Voyager at Last – Kofi Awoonor (pgs. 31-56 in Okike, 7; April 1975) An extract from Awoonor’s second novel

From Dawn to Decadence – 1500 to the Present: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life – Jacques Barzun (HarperCollins Publishers, London, England; www.fireandwater.com; 2001; 877 pgs)

From Direct to Indirect Monetary Control in Sub-Saharan Africa A. Roe and N.K. Sowa (Journal of African Economies, supplement to Vol. 6, No. 1; 1997)

From Economic Recovery to Accelerated Growth Report for the 7th meeting of the Consultative Group for Ghana, 24-25 June, Paris (Republic of Ghana; 1993)

From Fetish to God in Ancient Egypt – Wallis E.A. Budge (Dover Publications, New York NY, US; 1988)

From Ghana – the dance environment – Drid Williams (in Impulse: annual of contemporary dance; 1967)

From GTP to Assene: Aspects of Industrial Working Class Struggles – Yao Graham (in The State, Development and Politics in Ghana (eds.) Hansen and Ninsin, CODESRIA; 1989)

From Kabul to Kumassi – Twenty-four Years of Soldiering and Sport – J. Willcocks (John Murray, London, England; 1904; 440 pgs)

From ‘Liberation’ to ‘Redemption’: Economic Policy in Ghana between the Coups, 1966-72 N. Ahmad (pgs. 51-56 in Universitas, new series, 3, 1; Oct. 1973)

From mandatory to voluntary testing: Balancing human rights, religious and cultural values, and HIV/AIDS prevention in Ghana Isaac N. Luginaah, Emmanuel K. Yiridoe and Mary-Margaret Taabazuing (pgs. 1689-1700 in Social Science & Medicine, 61, 8, Oct. 2005)

From Military to Civilian Regimes in Ghana and Nigeria – J.P. Kraus (in Current History, 76, 445; March 1979)

From Nation-building to Entrepreneurship: The Impact of Elite Return Migrants in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana – S. Ammassari (pgs. 133-154 in Population Space and Place, 10, 2; 2004)

From Neo-Liberalism to Neo-Institutionalism: the World Bank, Aid Conditionality, and Public Sector Reform – E. Hutchful (Study for UNRISD; March 1999)

From Occupation to Independence: A Short History of the Peoples of the English- Speaking Caribbean Region – Richard Hart (Pluto Press, London, England; 1998) Author of Slaves Who Abolished Slavery – Volume 1: Blacks in Bondage (1981) and Volume II: Blacks in Rebellion (1985)

From Petty Traders to International Merchants: A Historical Account of Three Igbo Women of Nigeria in Trade and Commerce, 1886-1970 – Gloria Ifeoma Chuku (pgs. 1-22 in African Economic History, 27; 1999)

From Prebendalism to Predation: the Political Economy of Decline in Nigeria – Peter Lewis (pgs. 79-103 in Journal of Modern African Studies, l34, 1; March 1996)

From production to reproduction: a Marxist approach to economic anthropology – C. Meillassoux (pgs. 93-105 in Economy and Society, 1, 1; 1972)

From Rebellion to Revolution: Afro-American Slave Revolts in the Making of the New World – E.D. Genovese (New York, US; 1979)

From Redeployment to Sustained Employment Generation: Challenges for Ghana’s Programme of Economic Recovery and Development (ILO/JASPA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 1989)

From ‘revolution’ to monetarism: the economics and politics of the adjustment programme in Ghana – Eboe Hutchful (in Structural Adjustment in Africa, (eds.) Bonnie Campbell and John Loxley; Macmillan, London, England; 1989)

From Slavery to Free Labour in Rural Ghana, 1807-1956: Labour, Land and Capital in Asante – G. Austin (details to come; 2004)

From slavery to freedom: a history of African Americans – John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss (8th ed. McGraw-Hill; Boston MA, US; 2000)

From student teachers to newly qualified teachers in Ghana: insights into becoming a teacher Kwame Akyeampong and Keith M. Lewin (pgs. 339-352 in International Journal of Educational Development, 22, 3-4; April-July 2002)

From the Barrel of a Gun: The United States and the War against Zimbabwe, 1965-1980 – G. Horne (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill NC, US; 2001)

Fruit and Vegetables in West Africa – H.D. Tindall (Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy; 1965; 259 pgs; reprinted by HMSO, London, England) Has a chapter by Florence A. Sai

Fruits and Vegetables as an International Commodity: The Relocation of Horticultural Production and Its Implications for the Producers – M. McIntosh (pgs. 286-287 and 290-291 in Food Policy, 2, 4; Nov. 1977)

Fuel switching: evidence from eight developing countries R. Heltberg (pgs. 869-887 in Energy Economics, 26, 5; Sept. 2004)

Fulani in Ghana – Migration, History, Integration and Resistance – Steve Tonah (Research and Publication Unit, Department of Sociology, P.O. Box 65, Legon; 2005; 331 pgs)

Full Frame Survey of Lake Volta (Ghana), 1998 L.I. Braimah (IDAF Project, DoF; Accra; 2000)

Fundamentals and Topical Problems of African Foreign Policy – Roger Felli (Institute of International Relations, Germany; 1977) A Commissioner for Foreign Affairs in that National Redemption Council/Supreme Military Council period?

Funding Political Parties in West Africa – Kofi Kumado (Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Accra; 1996)

Funeral Dirges of the Akan People – J.H.K. Nketia (Achimota; 1955; Townsed, London, England, 1956; Negro Universities Press (Greenwood), New York, US; 1962 and 1969; 296 pgs) Appiah, Appiah and Agyeman-Duah refer to Funeral Dirges of the Akan, J.H.K. Nketia (James Townsend and Sons, Exeter, England, for Achimota; 1955)

Funeral Dirges of the Akan People by J.H.K. Nketia [Book review] – H. Tracey (pg. 82 in African Music Society Journal, 1, 3; 1956)

Funerary effigies from Kwahu – Kwabena Ameyaw (pgs. 12-15 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; January 1966)

Funguous and physiological diseases – E.A. Addison and P.G. Addoh (Papers read at the meeting of the Coconut Research Technical committee, Kumasi; April 1965; 2 pgs)

Further development in the breeding programme at the Cocoa Research Institute, Tafo – D.R. Glendinning (pgs. 52-62 in Ghana Journal of Science, 6, 1 & 2; April 1966)

Further studies in tropical land tenure in West Africa (Gold Coast, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, the Gambia) – H.M. Leake (pgs. 271-275 in Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad), 15; 1938)

Fusaria and fumonisins in maize from Ghana and their co-occurrence with aflatoxins – Kafui Kpodo, Ulf Thrane and Benedicte Hald (pgs. 147-157 in International Journal of Food Microbiology, 61, 2-3; 1 November 2000) 

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Nyansapo wisdom knot; Adinkra symbol of wisdom, ingenuity, intelligence and patience; conveys the idea that "a wise person has the capacity to choose the best means to attain a goal. Being wise implies broad knowledge, learning and experience, and the ability to apply such faculties to practical ends."
Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
Dame-dame a board game; Adinkra symbol of intelligence and ingenuity.
Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
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Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems, and CEFIKS Publications
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Ghana National Bibliography, various editions since 1965
McFarland = Historical Dictionary of Ghana – D.M. McFarland
(Scarecrow Press, Metuchen NJ, US; 1st edition, 1985)
Science Direct, voluminous resource for scientific publications;
provides links to abstract and full PDF text