Liberian Bassa script. The Kpelle, Gola, Lorma, Grebo, Vai and Kissi also are known to have their own written language. Most of these African scripts have diminished over time, as a result of abandonment.
"Kpelle women fishing with hand nets, Liberia. Kpelle is one of the largest indigenous group in Liberia, and mostly located in central and western Liberia. Rice is the main staple food. Contrary to popular belief, descendants of African Americans are only 2.5 % of the population. Kpelle speak the Kpelle language."