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  • Sub-Saharan Africa imperialism in the 19th century
  • Explorers of Africa
    David Livingston
    H.M. Stanley
  • Leopold II- Europeans interest On Africa takes hold.
    • King of Belgium
    • Congo Free State
    - Other Nations began to join
  • New Imperialism- Europe’s conquest
    Railways
    boats
    Steamships
    mines
  • Berlin conference- Africa For Dinner!!!!
  • Boers- Farmers; warlike
  • The boer war
    • Major conflict in South Africa
    • - Gold and diamond were tempting for the British
    • -2 Wars
  • Zulus
    THE Greatest ruler of the Zulus- Shaka
  • Imperial system- evolves
    • Traditional social order evolved
    • Law and order was achieved but lacked social services
    • Forced labor was still an issue but railroads and roads proved beneficial
    • Ghana and Kenya- Difficulty with slavery
    • Slave Trade- slowly diminishes