A 1965 collection of oral histories by University of Ghana, Institute of African Studies researcher Kwabena Ameyaw, who visited several locations in Brong-Ahafo: Banda; Hani and Nsawkaw; Nwase-Branam; and Wenchi. The collection Includes "Tradition of Banda" (pp. 1-15) and "Tradition of Bue" (Bui; pp. 16-18). "Tradition of Banda" was based on a 20 Nov. 1965 interview with Nana Kofi Dwuru, Omanhene; Opanin Kofi Gyatto; Odikro Kwadwo Donko; Imam Braima; and Tahiru Banda. To cite: Ameyaw, Kwabena. 1965. Tradition of Banda. In, Traditions from Brong-Ahafo, nos. 1-4. No. 1, pp. 1-15. Institute of African Studies. University of Ghana, Legon. 77 pages.
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Based on interviews conducted in 1986, "Family Histories from the Banda Traditional Area, Brong-Ahafo," was originally circulated in 1989 and reissued in 2011. The 1989 brochure included oral histories of 30 Banda area families. The histories of three additional families and photos were added to the 2011 brochure. The individual family histories and associated photos (where available) are also posted as separate documents in the Banda Through Time Repository. To access, search by house (katoo) name. To cite this work: Stahl, Ann, and James Anane. 2011. "Family Histories from the Banda Traditional Area, Brong-Ahafo Region, 1986." Brochure circulated 1989, reissued with photos and additional histories in 2011. 49 pages.