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Ghana conflated historical administrative boundaries, 1948
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Shapefile representing historical boundaries of colonies, provinces, and districts in Gold Coast and British Togoland (Ghana) for 1948. GADM country-level administrative shapefiles were conflated with, and where necessary supplemented by, the extracted boundaries of a scanned British Colonial Office map.
- Ghana, Gold Coast, Togoland, and British Togoland
- 1948, 2016, and 2016
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