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Lives of Great African Chiefs Series by John Henrik Clarke

Below are essays that Dr. Clarke wrote about African Chiefs which appeared in the Pittsburgh Courier.

“Famous African Chiefs: El Hadj Thami Pasha” Pittsburgh Courier,
September 7, 1957: 1.

“El Hadj Thami El Glaoui Pasha of Marrakesh” Pittsburgh Courier,
September 14, 1957: B1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Courier Exclusive Osei Tutu of Ashanti” Pittsburgh Courier, September 21, 1957: A14.

“Famous African Chiefs: Ja Ja of the Ibos Head of the House of Anna Pepple Afterwards Known as Jo Jo of Opobo [Part 1]” Pittsburgh Courier, October 5, 1957: SM1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Ja Ja of the Ibos Head of the House of Anna Pepple Afterwards Known as Ja Ja of Opobo [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier, October 12, 1957: C1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Kwaka Dua III King Prempeh of Ashanti [Part 1]” Pittsburgh Courier, October 19, 1957: SM1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Kwaka Dua III King Prempeh of Ashanti [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier. October 26, 1957: B1.

“Famous African Chiefs: NANA SIR OFORI ATTA Omanhene (Paramount Chief) of Akim Abuakwa” Pittsburgh Courier. November 2, 1957: B1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Samory, the Mandingo Called the Black Napoleon of the Sudan” Pittsburgh Courier. November 9, 1957: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Kon-Do, Son of Gle-Gle Later Known as Behanzin Hossu Bowelle King of Dahomey” Pittsburgh Courier.
November 16, 1957: B3.

“Famous African Chiefs: Chaka of the Zulus” Pittsburgh Courier.
November 23, 1957: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Dingaan: Chaka’s Successor”Pittsburgh Courier,November 30, 1957:50

“Famous African Chiefs: Cetewayo, Nephew and Disciple of Chaka”Pittsburgh Courier,
December 7, 1957: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Lobengula of the Matabele [Part 1]”Pittsburgh Courier,
December 14, 1957: B1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Lobengula of the Matabele [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier,
December 21, 1957: B1.

“Famous African Chiefs: Moshesh of the Basutos [Part 1]” Pittsburgh Courier,
December 28, 1057: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Moshesh of the Basutos [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier,
January 4, 1958: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Sechele of the Bakwena [Part 1]” Pittsburgh Courier,
January 11, 1958: B7.

“Famous African Chiefs: Sechele of the Bakwena [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier,
January 18, 1958: B22.

“Famous African Chiefs: Bambata of the Zondi Last of the Zulu Rebel Chiefs Part 1” Pittsburgh Courier,
January 25, 1958: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Bambata of the Zondi Last of the Zulu Rebel Chiefs Part 2” Pittsburgh Courier,
February 1, 1958: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Tshekedi, Son of Khama [Part 1]” Pittsburgh Courier,
February 8, 1958: B4.

“Famous African Chiefs: Tshekedi, Son of Khama [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier,
February 15, 1958: B6.

“Famous African Chiefs: Khama of the Bamangwato” Pittsburgh Courier,
February 22, 1958: 54.

“Famous African Chiefs: Seretse Son of Sekgoma And Last of the Khama Chiefs [Part 1]” Pittsburth Courier, March 1, 1958: B5.

“Famous African Chiefs: Seretse, Son of Sekgoma And Last of the Khama Chiefs [Part 2]” Pittsburgh Courier, March 8, 1958: B6.