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the european nation that first established direct contact with black africa
El Mina
where the most important early portuguese trade forts are located
Kongo Kingdom
the african kingdom that was most successfully converted to christianity by portuguese missionaries
name the portuguese colony which became the basis for the portuguese colony established at luanda
the year the first slaves were brought to portugal from africa
sugar plantations
the development that led to an intensification of the portuguese involvement in the african slave trade
12 million
the best estimate of the number of africans shipped across the atlantic between 1450 and 1850
18th century
the century that the atlantic slave trade reached its zenith in terms of numbers of africans exported
the region in the americas that recieved more slaves than any other between 1550 and 1850
5 - 10%
the average profitability of english slave trade in the late 18th century
the large african state that developed in western africa during the period of the atlantic slave trade
Osei Tutu
the ruler whose rule was achieved among numerous Akan clans of Asante
a title created to designate the supreme civil and religious leader
The Luo people at Bunyoro
who and where an example of the acceptance of Nilotic peoples as ruling dynasties among the bantu
sufi variant
the variant of islam the muslim reform movement of the 1770s that swept through the trade networks in senegambia and the western sudan practiced
Hausa kingdom
the african kingdom that usuman dan fodio began a rebellion in 1804
Sokoto state
the caliphal state that was created from usuman dan fodio's rebellion
area least affected by slave trade
dutch east india company
the group in 1652 that established a colony at the cape of good hope
the leader who in 1818 assumed leadership in hte zulu cheifdom of the Nguni people of southern africa
18 - 20%
average mortality for slaves shipped to the americas in the atlantic slave trade
middle passage
slave voyage to the americas
obeah, candomble, vodun
african religions transported to the americas
william wilberforce
an opponent to slave trade
indies piece
a title for a healthy man