Map of 1835

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Oyo’s final attempt to regain control of former territory occurred following the rainy season, when Oyo and Bariba forces, with reinforcements from Ede, Ijaye, Abemo and Ibadan, recaptured Ogbomoso. Dahomey laid siege to “Fangni,” which is likely the town of Ifonyin. At the coast, six vessels departed, three for Cuba, one for Brazil and two taken to Sierra Leone.

Documented totals report 2,418 people, while estimates for those leaving unspecified ports accounted for over 7,500, which was less than the previous year but still substantial.

For citations see: Henry B. Lovejoy, "Mapping Uncertainty: The Collapse of Oyo and the trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 1816-1836," Journal of Global Slavery 4, 2 (2019): 127-161. (Open source access).

Documented Slave Voyages in 1835

Voyage ID Name Departure Arrival Individuals
51857 Tibério (1835) Lagos Brazil 490
1361 Julita (1835) Ouidah Cuba 353
1383 Tita (1835) Ouidah Cuba 402
1410 Josefina (1835) Unspecified Cuba 307
3048 Teresa (1835) Lagos Sierra Leone 214
3049 Legítimo Africano (1835) Ouidah Sierra Leone 190

*Ship totals with the same number based on imputted data. See Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database (www.slavervoyages.org).