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Country: Ghana Discuss this eTheme.

These sites are about the Republic of Ghana, located in western Africa. Read about the customs, government, and history. See images of the Kente clothe and learn about the Ashanti people. There are links to eThemes Resources on Africa and adinkra cloths.

Grades

  • 4,
  • 5,
  • 6

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This site provides a country profile of Ghana; it includes an overviews, facts, leaders, media, and timeline. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site is the official Ghana government portal. It includes sections about Ghana, governance, business, media, and news.
Play tourist in Ghana! This site features information on when to go, the weather, work, study, hotels, maps, places of interest, and more. NOTE: This site includes ads. NOTE: This site includes a link to a discussion (message board, forum, etc.).
Read about Ghana and see a picture of a Kente clothe. Use the links to explore other parts of Africa.
This unlabeled map of Ghana can be printed out.
This almanac entry has brief facts about Ghana and its geography, government, and history.
This site has a map of Ghana and lots of facts about the country.
This map of Ghana features the country's biggest lake and its major cities.
This is a picture showing Ghana's large Lake Volta from space.
Click on the two "JPEG" links to see images of Lake Volta from space.
This is a more detailed country map that includes topology, rivers, cities, smaller towns, and villages.
This site has extensive information about the country, government and people of the Republic of Ghana. Collected and maintained by the Library of Congress Federal Research Division, the site includes facts about Ghanaian history, population, geography, environment, ethnic groups, languages, economy, politics, and national security. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
This site features African flags that use the Pan-African colors of red, green, and yellow. There is also a link to more information about the use of color in flags.
These sites show and tell about the history of adinkra cloths, the art form from the Asante people of Ghana and the Gyaman people of Cote' d'lvoire. Includes sites about the Ashanti tribe that also wears this type of clothing.
These sites are about the history and culture of early Africa. Learn about the different tribes and their lifestyles. Includes timelines, maps, activities, and photographs, plus eThemes Resources on Adinkra Cloths of Africa and East African Culture and Language.

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