Introduction to the Slave Trade in East Africa
Reasons for the rise of slave trade
Organization of slave trade in E. Africa
The middlemen involved were;
Ways of obtaining slaves
Slave journey: -
Effects/Impact of slave trade on people of E. Africa.
Abolition of slave trade
Factors that led to the abolition of slave trade
It was the British government that began the abolition of the slave trade during the years,1822 - 1826 . This was because of the pressure by various groups based on different factors;
Steps in the abolition of slave trade
The movement to abolish slave trade started in Britain with the formation of Anti-slavery movement. The British government abolished the slave trade through anti slave laws (Legislation), treaties and use of force. The Anti – slavery movement was led by Granville sharp, other members were Thomas Clarkson, William Wilberforce and others.
Effects of abolition of slave trade
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