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Africa's Second Imperial Wave
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, 1833
the          Canal
plowed through the land to connect the                            to the Indian Ocean
transformed the relationship between the continents of         -Eurasia
until the            most of European interests in Africa were restricted to the coast
relied on indigenous polities and                  princes
to harness the             
to bring slaves to the coast to trade them with European 8traders                                                                                          
the relationship with Africa was restricted mainly to trading
exception was Southern Africa
European settlers had established colonies here in earlier centuries
19th century Europe sought to turn Africa inside out
its interior was largely                to Europeans
largely disinterested
           and transportation changed this
the Suez Canal was a victory of                        science
it gave way to dreams of turning the Sahara desert into a paradise
                         also active in Africa
Africa represented a new religious frontier
science and culture combined to create an idea of up-lift
the poor could be                  from their squalor
David                      (1813-1873)
represented this ethos
               roles
Scottish explorer
missionary
scientist
geographer
funded by the Royal Geographical Society
published an article in 1884 called "The                  for Africa"
decided to explore the upper Nile territory
was a living             
death was a state funeral
pioneered geographic expeditions laced with a missionary purpose
into the interior of Africa
uncorked a process of                   
1885 Mapping Africa in             
Germany had become interested in Africa
had created an office in           
George                         
advocate of German expansion into Africa
Africa is science's principle task
Germans were at the forefront of the                       
1876 Belgium
King                organized a conference
scientific elites
how best to explore the interior of Africa
Britain's delegation was the largest
                     held a conference on Africa as well
         Berlin Conference
for statesmen
draft up a set up rules on how to approach and carve up Africa
no                present
the lines they made sliced through ecosystems, languages,                   
Gambia (British) was a river and                (French) around it
based on where the European powers had commercial or military                    interests
people making great fortunes in this process
Cecil              (1853-1902)
Africa was also                     
the British increasingly used laws which they had developed in India
the institutions of the       
repurposed and adapted
not just the administrators form India who were redeployed
by colonizing Africa, it was brought in closer proximity to India itself
professionals moved to Africa
increasingly created new trade relations
in some areas more Indian                    than British
especially in South Africa, Indians were a            force
many Indians moved to Africa
plantations and mines after slavery was abolished in         
many Indians began working in near-slave conditions
one of the biggest projects was for the                railroads
to connect the landlocked country so that it could trade with India
which opened the interior of          Africa to the Indian Ocean
officials were brought in from India
traders
workers
one half of the British army was from India
played a role in putting down resistance against the British
created ongoing tensions between the African population and the Indian                    population

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