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176

Fulani prince visits Lisbon, 176

Pope's Bull dividing unknown terri-
tories, 186, 187

Settlements on W. African Coast,

• 323-325

Vasco da Gama's expedition, 187,
188
Printing, invention of, 290
Punishments, barbarous, 200

Railways, urgent need for, 482,

498-499
Religion follows movement of races,

317-319

Residents' duties in British Pro-
tectorates, 480, 481

Ritchie, explorer, 342

Roman occupation of Northern Africa,
13.24

Royal African Co., history of, 330-332,
336

Royal Niger Co. See also Niger Co.
Campaign against Nupe, 360-371
History of, 355-3^5

Rubber forests, 486

Sa kingdom in Tripoli, 160
Sakora, King of Melle, 119, 120
Salt mines of Tegazza, 297
Saracens, 315

Sardinia spoiled by Musa, 27
Scythians, characteristics similar to

those of Berbers, 33, 34
Second sight practised, 393
Sicily spoiled by Musa Nosseyr, 27
Sidjilmessa. See under Negroland
Sierra Leone, colony founded, 343,

345
Silla, Kingdom of, 104
Slave trade, The —
Abolition —

Compensation for loss of revenue,

466-475
Problems of transition period,
460-465
Attitude of Mohammedan blacks,
148-149



INDEX



507



Slave trade, The {continued)
Coloured labour. See that title
English trade, sixteenth century,

327-331

Haussaland, 259, 407

Proclamation by British Adminis-
trator, 423, 428, 430

Raiding described, 408-416

West Coast of Africa, trade, 333-341,

343, 344
Sokoto —

Occupied by British, 447, 448
Proclamation, Emir installed, 449-

455
Songhay, Kingdom of —

Accepts Mohammedanism, 120
Askia Abou Bekr, reign of, 181-185,

188, 190-198, 211
Askia dynasty, following Abou Bekr,

2 1 1-2 1 5
Capital, Kaougha, or Kaukaw, 18,

105, 120, 157
Conquered by Melle, 120, 161
Conquers Melle, 121, 152, 166
Decadent condition, Moorish in-
vasion, 282
Eastern portion unconquered by

Moors, 304, 305,313
Flourishing condition under Askia,

199-210
History and legends of the race,

154-164
Moors, conquest of, 296-305
Sonni AH, reign of, 166-175, 177-180
Wars with Masinaand Fulanis, 382,

384
Sonni Ali, Songhay king —

Conquests and reign, 166-175, 177-

180
Trade with Portugal, 177
Soudan —

British Government first appears,

372
Cut off from civilised world (by

Turkish conquests), 188-190, 315,

316,320,321
Eastern Soudan possible home of

civilisation, 17
Egyptian expedition under Pharaoh,

230-234
Face towards civilisation south not

north after 1500, 320, 371, 372
Immigration from Arabia, 18



Soudan {continued)

International race forierriiory, 350-

355, 358-362
Longevity of individuals and State,

215-217
Moorish invasion —

Songhay expedition, 296-314, 373
Religion —

Follows movement of races, 317,
318

Three great movements, 319
Royal marriages with conquered

royalties, 193
Spain —

Almoravides and Almohades rule,

58-65
Andalusians, contemporary esti-
mate, 69-72
Arab conquest, 29-32
Brigand and King of Seville, 63
Brilliant civilisation under Om-

meyades, 32-49
Christian families deported to N-

Africa, 64
Cordova, Toledo, Malaga, Seville,

during Arab civilisation, 40-49, 61
Decay of Arab power, conquest by

Yusuf, 52, 55-57
Huddites, Moslem kingdom, 67
Moors expelled, 291-295
Ommeyades dynasty ends, 51
Spain and Africa —

Break up into three Powers, 67
Dual Empire, 56-66
Spiritualism, 393
Statue, colossal, near rocks of Almena.

230, 232, 246
Steam applied to transport, impetus to

exploration, 349
Strabo, quoted, 379

Tamerlane, conquests and death, 287
Tarikh-es-Soudan quoted, 154, 2S2,

283, 373
Taxation in Protectorates, difficulties

of, 465-475
Tegazza, salt city, 130
Tekrour, kingdom of, 115
Telem^an conquered by Morocco, 127
Tenkamenin, King of Ghana, 98
Thaly, Dr., quoted, 378
Thule.Tarshish, Ophir, great maritime

trade, 11-12



5o8



INDEX



Timber in N. Nigeria, 486

Timbuctoo —
Art of ancient Egypt existing in,

161
Canal to Aiwalatin constructed, 178
Conquered by Mansa Musa, 126
Foundation of, 108, 113, 114
Embellished by Askia Daouad, 214
Ibn Batuta's visit, 149
Learning and wealthy 202-209
Sacked and burnt by Sonni Ali,

167-171
Sacked by Moors, 300-302, 306-
310

Tin Yeroutan, Berber king, 92, 93

Trade routes to Central Africa, 223-
226

Tropical administration, 1-6

Tuaregs —

Found Timbuctoo, 113
Repossess Timbuctoo, 164, 165
Struggle with Fulani, 385
Struggle with Moors, 306-307, 385

Tunis —

Centre of learning and splendour,

Musa constructs a fleet at, 27
Turkish Empire —

Conquers coasts of Mediterranean,

288-289
Conquers N. Coast of Africa, 286-

288, 294
Mameluke dynasty in Egypt, 286



Underground city in Central Africa,
225



Vasco da Gama sails round Cape of

Good Hope, 187-188
Veil worn by desert tribes, 92



Wahumas of Eastern Africa resemble

Fulani, 380
Wall of Dalouka, Abyssinia through

Nubia, 233, 234
Wangara Province —
A buffer state, 273, 274
Great gold country, 1 1 1
Persian extraction of the people, 94,

95
Throws off yoke of Ghana, 1 1 5
West African Frontier Police raised,

361
West Coast of Africa —

British policy to withdraw from

native affairs, 345-349
Early colonies on seaboard only, 345
European settlements —
History of, 322-332
Spheres of influence. Crown
Colonies, 343
Low type of native, 333-335
Portuguese explore, 175, 176
Slave trade. See that title
Trade —

Firearms, spirits — evils of, 340,

343> 368
Modern, 344
Willcocks, Sir James, 361
Women, position of —
In Bornu, 279

Under Arab civilisation, 39, 49
Under Ommeyades, 131



Yellow labour. See Coloured labour
Yoruba tribe, traditions of, 227, 228



Zaghari, town of, 133
Zaria, 437, 441, 442
Zaryab, 45, 46
Zingari or gypsy race, 15, 379



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