Effects of European Exploration (New African States (Osei Tutu (Raided…
Effects of European Exploration
Malindi and Mombasa were African Coastal trading cities that were attacked by the Portuguese and used as international trade hubs.
Missionaries came into Africa and tried to convert the local populates to Christianity.
A major voice against the slave trade and was raised by the Portuguese.
Europe joined the major slave trade as it was profitable people bought Slaves as exotic servants and farm workers.
New African States
Raided neighboring Cities and was part of the Astante Kingdom and unified the kingdom.
The Astante created a monoply on the Slave market and traded the Europeans slaves and gold for firearms.
Was the main hub for Osei Tutu and raided and pillage neighboring kingdoms.
Rose to Successive by trading with the Europeans and used their wave of wealth to fund wars and attack other Kingdoms.
European Presence Widens
Cape Town was a main trading port and for established by the Portuguese to control trade around Africa.
Dutch farmers that settled at Cape Town