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Cocoa in the Cameroons under French mandate and in Fernando Po

Leonard John Schwarz

Cocoa in the Cameroons under French mandate and in Fernando Po

by Leonard John Schwarz

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cameroon.,
  • Equatorial Guinea.
    • Subjects:
    • Cocoa -- Cameroon.,
    • Cocoa -- Equatorial Guinea.

    • Edition Notes

      At head of title: U.S. Department of Commerce. Daniel C. Roper, secretary. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Frederick M. Feiker, director.

      Statementby Leonard J. Schwarz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9200.W42 S26
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 64 p.
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6294986M
      LC Control Number33026530
      OCLC/WorldCa4520723

      It spread to the British, French and Dutch West Indies (Jamaica, Martinique and Surinarn) in the 17th century and to Brazil in the 18th century. From Brazil it was taken to SÃO Tome and Fernando Po (now part of Equatorial Guinea) in ; and from there to other parts of West Africa, notably the Gold Coast (now Ghana), Nigeria and the Ivory Coast. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses.

      This will follow a meeting between the Confédération des chocolatiers et confiseurs de France, the Cameroonian cocoa and coffee inter-professional council, the trade minister and the French Ambassador to Cameroon on September 30 in Nkog-Ekogo, the Central region. According to figures published on August 7, by the National Coffee-Cocoa Board during the official launch of the cocoa campaign in Ngomedzap, a production basin in the Central region, the Southwest contributed % in the overall cocoa bean purchases in the country against % and 7% for the Central and Coastal regions.

      2 Glossary of technical terms 1STCP: Farmer Training Guide on ICPM Cocoa Cambium The layer of tissue between the wood and the innermost bark of a tree Canker A spot where the bark and cambium tissue is damaged or dead because of an infection caused by black pod fungus Chupon Vertical stem or shoot (water shoot) Epiphyte A type of plant (e.g. some mosses and ferns) that grows on another. In Cameroon, we are distributing new cocoa seedlings to help increase yields, and decrease the amount of land used for cocoa. Additionally, we are establishing nurseries for non-cocoa crops to enable the planting of diverse species on farm. By steadily increasing the amount of replanting and intercropping, we are able to realize the previously.


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Cocoa in the Cameroons under French mandate and in Fernando Po by Leonard John Schwarz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cocoa in the Cameroons under French mandate and in Fernando Po. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard John Schwarz; United States.

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Cameroon - Cameroon - British Cameroons (–61) and French Cameroun (–60): In World War I British, French, and Belgian troops drove the Germans into exile, beginning a period of British rule in two small portions and French rule in the remainder of the territory.

These League of Nations mandates (later United Nations [UN] trusts) were referred to as French Cameroun and British Cameroons. Cocoa in the Cameroons under French mandate and in Fernando Po, By Leonard John Schwarz.

Abstract. At head of title: U.S. Department of Commerce. Daniel C. Roper, secretary. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Frederick M. Feiker, of access: InternetAuthor: Leonard John Schwarz. The French ban this initially in its administrative area, but kaum engage themselves economically During the First World War, the area was occupied by the allied forces and divided the former German colony and Great Britain and France assumed the peoples mandate areas (): A small western part of the country was the British Nigeria.

Abstract. In colonial Cameroon between and cocoa was a crop mainly produced on African smallholdings. While it had no great economic importance in the British Mandate zone, cocoa played a crucial role in the economy of the French territory, especially after World War by: 3.

In the Cameroons under the French Mandate there has been a similar new spirit of humanity, carried out in the way that is especial to the French. Everything local, social services, State services, the construction of the wonderful French roads, education, public. Clarence-Smith, William Gervase, ‘Plantation versus smallholder production of cocoa: the legacy of the German period in Cameroon’, in Peter Geschiere and Piet Konings, eds., Itinéraires d'accumulation au Cameroun, Paris: Karthala,pp.

– Cameroon Cameroon: colonial past and present frictions. In Cameroon, there has been a surge in protests by the English speaking minority against the dominance of the francophone majority.

see more details between and in the Cameroons under French mandate are summarized in a table. At the end ofout ofcases discovered.

Middlemenof the Cameroons Rivers The Duala and their Hinterland, c. The Duala people entered the international scene as merchant-brokers for precolonial trade in ivory, slaves and palm products. Under colonial rule they used the advantages gained from earlier riverain trade to.

It was not until the s that a land-owning Gold Coast native, named Tetteh Quarshie, traveled to the Spanish slave island of Fernando Po (now Bioko) and brought back cocoa beans to be planted.

French Cameroons. The area under French mandate is about ,sq.m. with a population estimated in at 2, including some 2, Europeans, half of whom lived in Duala (native pop. 30,), the largest town, chief seaport and capital untilwhen the seat of administration was removed to Yaunde, a fairly healthy station on the.

French and British rule: When World War I breaks out inaligning France and Britain against Germany, the two German colonies on the Gulf of Guinea are in an impossible position.

Both Togoland and Cameroon are sandwiched between British and French colonies. Within weeks of the start of the war military action begins on the borders. In Cameroon, cacao cropping was introduced during the colonial period between and By van Houten invented a hydraulic press to reduce the cocoa butter content by nearly half, thereby creating a "cake" that could be pulverized into cocoa powder.

The introduction of cocoa powder not only facilitated the creation of chocolate drinks. cocoa is alleged to have been first introduced there by a native chief called "Squiss Banego" in —also from Fernando Po. He established a cocoa farm in the Bonny district and cultivation spread.

By a few planta-tions had been established by European companies, those of the Royal Niger. Acknowledgements J. Scheu, former Chief Executive Officer of the Cocoa Merchants’ Association of America, Inc., coordinated the preparation of this guide and wrote a large part of the text.

Robin Dand, specialist in cocoa logistics and author of several publications, including ITC’s Cocoa: A Shipper’s Manual (), was a collaborating author and contributed essential material.

But, betweena seventeen stamp overprinted "Cameroon Occupation Francaise" issue was released under French occupation, using the issue of the Middle Congo.

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Germany proclaimed Cameroon a protectorate in It remained a German colony until World War I, when it was divided into French- and British-administered zones under the League of Nations mandate system and later the United Nations trusteeship system.The League of Nations placed them under British or French mandate.

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