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World Civ 2

by: Shanna Beyer

World Civ 2 HIST 1120

Shanna Beyer
University of Memphis
GPA 3.9

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Chapter 25 outline
World Civilization II
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shanna Beyer on Monday February 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 1120 at University of Memphis taught by White in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see World Civilization II in History at University of Memphis.

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Date Created: 02/08/16
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


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