The Adamah Papers and one Ewe Fia

Updated: Aug 8

The discovery of old letters, documents and newspapers from an Ewe Fia (King) formed the ‘Family Ties: Adamah Papers’ exhibition at the Black Cultural Archive (BCA) in Brixton, London.

These papers, which date back to 1894, are significant because they are thought to be the first of their kind in Britain (and maybe the world) to document Ghana’s Ewe people in such a manner.

Read more about the Adamah Papers here.


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