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Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University [35-5-10/53043]

Jack, from the "Guinea Coast"

The "Guinea Coast" was a generic term describing large portions of the West African coast from the Gambia in the east to wester Nigeria. People who came from the Upper Guinea Coast could be originally from anywhere between the Gambia and Liberia.

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