The exploitation of East Africa, 1856-1890; the slave trade and the scramble. With an introduction by Jack Simmons.


[Evanston, Ill.] Northwestern University Press, 1967.

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Subjects Africa, East -- History -- To 1886.
Africa, East.
Arabs -- Africa, East.
Arabs.
Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
Slave trade -- Africa, East.
Slave trade.
Description xiii, 507 pages folded color map, portraits 23 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Seyyid Said in East Africa -- The independence of Zanzibar (1856-1861) -- Vice-consul Kirk (1866-1873) -- The reign of Seyyid Majid (1856-1870) -- The accession of Seyyid Barghash (1870) -- The exploration of East Africa (1856-1873) -- The Arab slave trade -- The policy of restriction (1856-1873) -- The crux -- The policy of abolition. 1. At sea (1873-1876) -- The policy of abolition. II. On land (1876-1884) -- The new sultanate (1873-1885) -- The Egyptian invasion (1875-1876) -- The Mackinnon concession (1877-1878) -- The beginning of the Scramble (1874-1884) -- The British opportunity (1879-1884) -- The German irruption (1884-1885) -- The commercial treaties (1885-1886) -- Delimination and partition (1885-1886) -- Epilogue (1886-1860).
Genre History.
Geographic Area Africa, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)414297
(OCoLC)ocm00414297
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Coupland, Reginald, Sir, 1884-1952.
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