Download White Dreams, Black Africa: The British Antislavery Expedition to the River Niger, 1841-1842 fb2
by Howard Temperley
Pages: 204 pages
Publisher: Yale University Press; 1st ed edition (October 23, 1991)
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White Dreams, Black Africa book. In 1841 Britain's anti-slavery crusaders launched a civilizing.
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Whatever the consequences of these attempts, British officials were keenly aware of this region’s importance to British commercial success in West Africa.
Anglo-American Anti-slavery Cooperation. Whatever the consequences of these attempts, British officials were keenly aware of this region’s importance to British commercial success in West Africa.
The British government backed the effort to make treaties with the native peoples, introduce Christianity and promote increased trade. The crews of the boats suffered a high mortality from disease.
42. Palmerston’s instructions to Beecroft, 21 February 1851, . 47. Quoted in John Darwin, Unfinished Empire: The Global Expansion of Britain (London: Penguin, 2013), 6. oogle Scholar.