Soldiers Climbing Over a Wall

Description

The name of the author is not mentioned at all in this “Missions-Bilder” publication. Many passages are told from the perspective of a European who witnessed the described situations in Africa. The time span of the incidents runs from around 1820 to 1870. It tells a brief history of trans-Atlantic slavery, its British abolition, the colonization of West Africa from the Church Missionary Society (CMS) point of view, the Muslim Jihad, and focuses on Yorùbáland and its diaspora.

See "Africa," Missions-Bilder. Vol. 3. Calw & Stuttgart: Bereinsbuchhandlung, 1864-1880.

Citation

"Soldiers Climbing Over a Wall", Slavery Images: A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Early African Diaspora, accessed March 2, 2021, http://yorubadiaspora.org/s/yorubadiaspora/item/3503
The name of the author is not mentioned at all in this “Missions-Bilder” publication. Many passages are told from the perspective of a European who witnessed the described situations in Africa. The time span of the incidents runs from around 1820 to 1870. It tells a brief history of trans-Atlantic slavery, its British abolition, the colonization of West Africa from the Church Missionary Society (CMS) point of view, the Muslim Jihad, and focuses on Yorùbáland and its diaspora.

See "Africa," Missions-Bilder. Vol. 3. Calw & Stuttgart: Bereinsbuchhandlung, 1864-1880.
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