The 1908 plague epidemic in Accra, Gold Coast: local rulers, subordinate workers and successful responses

R. Johnson, R. Johnson (Editor)

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Abstract

This chapter will be published in 'Public Health in the British Empire: Intermediaries, Dubordinates and Public Health Practice, 1850-1960'; a forthcoming title from Routledge.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationPublic health in the British Empire
Subtitle of host publicationIntermediaries, subordinates and public health practice, 1850-1960
EditorsAmna Khalid
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Public Health
Ruler
Gold Coast
Workers
Plague
Intermediaries
British Empire

Keywords

  • plague epidemic
  • Accra
  • 1908

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Johnson, R., & Johnson, R. (Ed.) (2011). The 1908 plague epidemic in Accra, Gold Coast: local rulers, subordinate workers and successful responses. In A. Khalid (Ed.), Public health in the British Empire: Intermediaries, subordinates and public health practice, 1850-1960 London.
Johnson, R. ; Johnson, R. (Editor). / The 1908 plague epidemic in Accra, Gold Coast : local rulers, subordinate workers and successful responses. Public health in the British Empire: Intermediaries, subordinates and public health practice, 1850-1960. editor / Amna Khalid. London, 2011.
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The 1908 plague epidemic in Accra, Gold Coast : local rulers, subordinate workers and successful responses. / Johnson, R.; Johnson, R. (Editor).

Public health in the British Empire: Intermediaries, subordinates and public health practice, 1850-1960. ed. / Amna Khalid. London, 2011.

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Johnson R, Johnson R, (ed.). The 1908 plague epidemic in Accra, Gold Coast: local rulers, subordinate workers and successful responses. In Khalid A, editor, Public health in the British Empire: Intermediaries, subordinates and public health practice, 1850-1960. London. 2011