World Civ 2
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Chapter 25 outline Chronology 1441- Beginning of the Portuguese slave trade 1464-1493- Reign of Sunni Ali 1464-1591- Songhay Empire 1506-1542- Reign of King Alfonso I of Kongo 1623-1663- Reign of Queen Nzinga of Ndongo 1706- Execution of Doña Beatriz 1745-1797- Life of Olaudah Equiano 1793-1804- Haitian revolution 1807- End of the British slave trade 1865- Abolition of slavery in the United States The States of West Africa and East Africa - Songhay Empire took over Mali’s place - Sunni Ali conquered his neighbors and consolidated the Songhai Empire - Portuguese developed relations with the kings of Kongo - converted to Christianity - King Alfonso I became a devout Catholic - relations declined and Portuguese destroyed the Kongo - Queen Nzinga led resistance against the Portuguese - allied with the Dutch - lost Angola after she died - Doña Beatriz was known for causing miracles - taught that Jesus was black and Kongo was the Holy Land - challenge to Christians in Kongo - taught a false doctrine - burned at the stake The Atlantic Slave Trade - slave trade - triangular trade - social and political effects - great volume of trading African Diaspora - cash crops - regional differences - resistance to slavery - Haitian Revolution - terriﬁed slave owners - inﬂuenced other revolts - economic development - African and Creole languages develop - African - American religion and music (singing and makeshift instruments) - gave rise to hybrid cuisines - \inﬂuenced he way people lived in plantation societies - Olaudah Equiano - published an autobiography - slave and free man - purchased his freedom - gave speeches and denounced slavery - antislavery movement in England - economic costs - revolts - abolition of the slave trade - didn't abolish the institution