Africa and the Africans in the Nineteenth Century: A Turbulent History

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Chronology: Europeans in Africa

1. The Advance into the Interior
DecadeAfrican Points of ReferenceEuropean Factors
1781–1790 
1787: Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade
1788: Creation of the African Association
1789: Discovery of sugar from beets
1791–1800 
1795: Creation of the London Missionary Society
1799: London Church Society
1801–1810
1805: Uthman dan Fodio rebels at Gobir
1806–56: Said, sultan of Oman
1808: The Asante defeat the Fante at Abora
1807: Abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire
1807: Formation of the Radical Party in England
1811–1820
1800–23: Reign of Osei Bonsu in Asante
1805–47: Reign of Mehemet Ali
1818–58: Reign of Ghezo in Abome
1816–28: Reign of Shaka Zulu
1818–44: Ahmadu of Masina
1815: Treaty of Vienna; end of the Napoleonic Wars
1821–1830
1828–39: Dingane, Zulu King
1823: Stearic acid is extracted from palm oil
1829: Quinine first prepared
1831–1840
1832–47: Abd el-Kader’s resistance
1838: Dingane in Natal
1833–38: Abolition of slavery in the British Empire
1837: Construction of the first propeller steamship

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