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When George James Christian died in the Gold Coast Region of Ghana in 1940, few in Dominica heard of his passing nor were aware of his involvement in the Pan Africanist Movement, nor of his pivotal role in shaping the Ashanti region of Ghana as a member of the Legislative Council of the Gold coast, and as a prominent lawyer trained in Gray’s Inn in London. 

His remarkable life and contribution to the Gold Coast of Ghana was highlighted in a paper presented by Margaret Rouse-Jones at a conference on Henry Sylvestre-Williams and Pan-Africanism: A Retrospection and Projection, organized by the University of the West Indies, and Oberlin College, Ohio in January 2001. 

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