Effects of European Exploration (New African States (Boers (Dutch farmers…
Effects of European Exploration
Mombasa and Malindi
Mombasa and Malindi were East African coastal cities and were hubs of international trade. These helped the Arabs control the East African trade network.
Map of route:
Helped and hoped to convert Africans to Christianity.
Large estates run by an owner or and owner's overseer.
Ruler of Kongo in West central Africa.
The exclusive control of a business or industry.
New African States
Arose from successive waves of settlement by the Yoruba people of present-day Nigeria.
Emerged in the area occupied by present-day Ghana,
A military leader
The first permanent European settlement to supply ships sailing to or from the East Indies.