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Ghana New Nation
Description: A report of the new independent African nation of Ghana

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Clip #: TFA-134A
Length: 13:40
Year: 1957
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: Africa
Country: Ghana
Subject: education
Original: 16mm
1950s, Africa, Ghana, Transatlantic Teleview, Robert Mckenzie, Robert Mackenzie, Gold Coast, Accra, sailboat, dancehall, couples dancing, sayings displayed on vehicles, women carrying things on their heads, modern buildings, Industrial Development Corporation, libraries, museums, hotels, traffic jam, man chopping down cocoa beans from tree, timber, logs being dragged through forest, port, Senior Civil Servant in Ministry of Housing Robert Gardiner talking about Ghanian administrators overseeing development, African young men wearing robes in university / college, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Ministry of Trade and Labor Commercial Officer Gloria Addai about role of women in Ghana, politics, illiteracy, children seated at desks in school raising arms and teacher calling on student, eduction, adult student writing letters on chalkboard, crying baby, community development, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Monsignor O'Grady about community development in Ghana, Ghana independence, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah about Ghana independence, native children waving, village, Apapam, Apapam-Akropong Road, men clearing forest debris to construct road

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