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Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – Feb 28 2019 – State Secrets

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The Gio people is an ethnic group in north-eastern Liberia and in Côte d’Ivoire. There are approximately 350,000 members of the group, Neighboring peoples include the Guere, Guro and Mano.


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The Dan originally came from the western Sudan region to the north, part of present-day Mali and Guinea. The location and movements of the Dan, Mano, and We can be reconstructed from as early as the 8th century , at which time the Dan and Mano were located in the savanna region of the northern Ivory Coast.[1] In the tenth century, political turmoil, population growth and land depletion caused the Dan to migrate south of the Nimba range and into the high forests.[2]

The Dan had a reputation as a fierce warrior society. One notable warrior chief was Grougbay Zobaneeay, who fought and pushed the tribes that once live in the present day Nimba County to as far as Loguatuo in Côte d’Ivoire. Kipko Toh’ah-Gbeu drove the Kru men from what is now called Tapitah, Nimba County (prior to the arrival of Chief Tapeh); his last major war with the settlers was in Sanniquellie. He retired when he was wounded in the Sanniquellie war. Kipho gave his daughter Lhe’kpahseu in marriage to Grougbay Zobaneeay. Bho’Yaah, who lived in today’s Garplay, Nimba County- in an alliance with Kipho Toh’Gbeu, made a truce to quit fighting the settlers. He was actually one of the last chief warriors of the Gios to have resisted the Americo-Liberian military push into Nimba. Gonsahn Ghe’Gbeu was from Miampleu Yeezleu, Nimba County. He also drove the Kphelehs from Eastern Liberia.[citation needed]

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