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Outline Of The Compound Of Paroisse St. Michel, Cotonou

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This appendix of the book Christian Churches in Dahomey-Benin: A Study of Their Socio-Political Role presents an outline of the compound of Paroisse St. Michel, Cotonou. The book focuses at Danxomε and the origins of the modern state of Benin. It looks at the role of the Christian Churches across a wide denominational spectrum, historically in relation to the kingdom, in the creation of colonial Dahomey, and in the modern state where they continue to play a very visible role.

Keywords: Christian churches; Cotonou; Dahomey-Benin; Danxomε; socio-political role; St. Michel



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