Before and after views of Kumasi, Ghana, as a British protectorate, 1890s
British view of how the Ashanti will live after English occupation, 1890s.
Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis, Tennessee.
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