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Nana Oduro Numapau Essumeja, Asante, Ghana, 1979. Photo by Doran H. Ross.

Nana Oduro Numapau Essumeja, Asante, Ghana, 1979. Photo by Doran H. Ross.

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Africa | Chief Nana Olomu (also spelled Olumu)(1852–1916) was an Itsekiri chief and merchant from the Niger Delta region of southern Nigeria. ||  The title of 'Governor of Benin River' was given to Nana Olomu by the British in 1884. He exerted immense political power through a network of armed traders in palm oil working along the upper reaches of the river and he built a town in the mangrove swamps defended by flintlock guns and brass cannon.

Africa | Chief Nana Olomu (also spelled Olumu)(1852–1916) was an Itsekiri chief and merchant from the Niger Delta region of southern Nigeria. || The title of 'Governor of Benin River' was given to Nana Olomu by the British in 1884. He exerted immense political power through a network of armed traders in palm oil working along the upper reaches of the river and he built a town in the mangrove swamps defended by flintlock guns and brass cannon.

Africa | Asante Paramount Chief Nana Akyanfuo Akowuah Dateh II. He was both Akwamuhene (chief of Akwamu, one of the early Akan kingdoms) and Asafohene (captain of an Asafo company, or a ceremonial head of a group of kinsmen).  Kumasi, Ghana. 1970 | © Eliot Elisofon

Africa | Asante Paramount Chief Nana Akyanfuo Akowuah Dateh II. He was both Akwamuhene (chief of Akwamu, one of the early Akan kingdoms) and Asafohene (captain of an Asafo company, or a ceremonial head of a group of kinsmen). Kumasi, Ghana. 1970 | © Eliot Elisofon

Africa |  The photograph depicts Asante Paramount Chief Nana Akyanfuo Akowuah Dateh II, regional chief Kwaku Addai (R) and the heir to Asafo stool (L). He was both Akwamuhene (chief of Akwamu, one of the early Akan kingdoms) and Asafohene (captain of an Asafo company, or a ceremonial head of a group of kinsmen). This photograph was taken when Eliot Elisofon traveled to Africa from March 17, 1970 to July 17, 1970.  {Stunning Kente cloth and wearing traditional handcrafted Ashante gold…

Africa | The photograph depicts Asante Paramount Chief Nana Akyanfuo Akowuah Dateh II, regional chief Kwaku Addai (R) and the heir to Asafo stool (L). He was both Akwamuhene (chief of Akwamu, one of the early Akan kingdoms) and Asafohene (captain of an Asafo company, or a ceremonial head of a group of kinsmen). This photograph was taken when Eliot Elisofon traveled to Africa from March 17, 1970 to July 17, 1970. {Stunning Kente cloth and wearing traditional handcrafted Ashante gold…

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