Notes for remarks at the opening plenary session of the first international congress of Africanists
Typed speech marking the congress, held at the University of Ghana, as a "turning point in African scholarship", and celebrating the increasing appearance of "institutes and societies for the scientific study of Africa's past and present life"
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