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Section B West Africa 18001918
Alternatives to the Slave Trade
The Advance of Islam and Christianity in Yorubaland to 1860
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Ahmad Alafin Almoravid Anglo-Asante Asante ATLANTIC attacked Battle became began Benin Bonny Bornu Britain British capital centre Chad cocoa Dahomean Dahomey Dakar defeated delta developed Dyula economic elite European export Fante Federal Fon army forced France Freetown French frontiers Fulani Futa Toro Gambia German Ghana Gold Coast Governor Groundnuts Hausa Ibadan Ijebu Ilorin important independence indirect rule Islam Ivory jihad jihadists Kaarta Kanem Kano King kingdoms Kumasi Lagos leaders Liberia major Mali Mansa Masina military missionaries Mossi Muslim National Niger Nigeria nineteenth century Nkrumah organised Osei Oyo Empire palm oil Party political Portuguese Guinea Protectorate region Republic River Royal rulers Sahara Sahel Samori savannah Sefawa Segu Senegal Shehu Sierra Leone slave trade slavery Sokoto Caliphate soldiers Songhai Sudan Tekrur territories Timbuktu Togoland towns trade routes traditional troops Umar Usman dan Fodio Warrant Chiefs warriors West African Yoruba Yorubaland