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Nia and the Golden Stool

Charlotte Watson Sherman

Nia and the Golden Stool

by Charlotte Watson Sherman

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Published by Winston-Derek in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCharlotte Watson Sherman ; [illustrated by Russell Morrone].
ContributionsMorrone, Russell.
The Physical Object
Pagination23p. :
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21931109M
ISBN 101555231373

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An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "The golden stool:. The Golden Stool (Ashanti-Twi: Sika dwa; full title, Sika Dwa Kofi "the Golden Stool born on a Friday") is the royal and divine throne of kings of the Ashanti people and the ultimate symbol of power in Asante.

According to legend, Okomfo Anokye, High Priest and one of the two chief founders of the Asante Confederacy, caused the stool to descend from the sky and land Nia and the Golden Stool book. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Golden Stool. Edwin W. Smith. Folcroft Library Editions, 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the. the Golden Stool and the individual, the general rules of social inter-course - of the kingship and political relationships in the society - are guaranteed the backing of an enduring collective sentiment.

The Golden Stool thus functions as the bedrock of Ashanti institutions and ensures their continuity and stability. The Golden Stool is a curved seat 46 cm high with a platform 61 cm wide and 30 cm deep. Its entire surface is inlaid with gold, and hung with bells to warn the king of impending danger.

It is an Asante legend and has only been seen by the Asante ethnic group’s royalty. Only the king and trusted advisers know the hiding place of the Golden Stool. Robert Redfield, "The Golden Stool. Some Aspects of the Conflict of Cultures in Modern Africa.

Edwin W. Smith," American Journal of Sociol no. 4 (Jan., ): Golden Stool Tradition has it that this stool, covered with pure gold, floated out of the sky and landed on the lap of the first Asantehene (Asante king), Osei-tutu. He unified the people in the. The golden stool: some aspects of the conflict of cultures in Africa Item Preview remove-circle Well-written book, although if you have read other books on African by black authors (Deconstruction of Africa) you may find some disagreement with what is written.

You should still read this book. The Golden Stool is the royal throne and must never touch the ground; instead it is placed on a blanket. During inauguration, a new king is raised and lowered over the stool without touching it. The Golden Stool is carried to the king on a pillow, as only the Asantehene himself is allowed to handle it.

The Golden Stool (), a plea for sympathetic understanding of Africans by administrative authorities, and Aggrey of Africa (), which attempted to interpret whites and blacks to each other, had a beneficial impact on race relations in Africa. Missionary biography and historical research was another of his areas of interest.

The Ashantis continued to show pride in the Golden Stool as it signifies nationhood and unity, hence when the King of Gyaaman, Kwadwo Adinkra made a golden stool. Eventually, forty years later, I wrote a book about stealing the gold from the mine.

Imagination was finally the only way I could fine to steal the gold. It’s a good thriller with a bit og Ghanaian history woven into it. My sequel, THE GOLDEN STOOL, will be following soon.

I have it written but it still needs a lot of work done to it. Read it. The Golden Stool represented the people, the soul of the nation and the good fortune of the nation. The importance of the stool was crudely grasped by the British at a. the free Childrens books encyclopedia that anyone can edit.

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History shows how the Baoule kingdom of Ivory Coast came about, and how Abena Pokua occupied a golden stool from the Comoe river in Ivory Coast, with the Asantehene occupying the golden stool commanded from the sky in Ghana. The book's mysteries delve into the concepts of death, ghosts, God, Satan, witchcraft, and wizards.

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Let us learn 30 interesting War of the Golden Stool facts and find out what we really want to convey here. Interesting War of the Golden Stool Facts: 1. The War of the Golden Stool is also known by the names Ashanti Uprising, Third Ashanti Expedition and Yaa Asantewaa War.

2.The Oyoko Piesie was enthroned on the Golden Stool as the 16th Asantehene on 26 April And the kingdom was founded more than three hundred years ago.

Meanwhile, the three-month-long anniversary celebration will end on 12 May with a golf competition at the Royal Golf Club in Kumasi.