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African Historical Studies by E. A. Ayandele

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For Ali caused him to be captured and converted to a slave. Mungo Park was forced to live in the same room with a hog; he was fed inadequately once a day; he was considered as a sub-human unqualified to drink water in a bowl; he was starved of water; he and two cows had to drink together in a pit! Stanley, could not have endured such a gruesome experience in the hands of Africans for whom they had implacable contempt. Had they escaped such an experience, which required infinite patience which they never had, they would have painted the most macabre picture of Ali as a uniquely wicked man without compeer in other parts of the world, a sadist who found pleasure in inflicting unspeakable pain on an innocent white man.

47 Obviously the humanitarian zealots in nineteenth century Britain were not aware of the relative humaneness of slavery in Africa and of the much better behaviour of African masters to their slaves. They had before them perpetually the nightmarish horrors of the slave trade in which the white man took the leading part and of the inhuman treatment of slaves recapitulated in such literary works as Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The picture in contemporary Africa was quite different. 48 Masters were hardly ever harsh to their slaves and in many places masters did not consider it disgraceful to eat with their slaves.

2, The Bornu Mission 1822– 25, part 1, Cambridge, 1966 (published for the Hakluyt Society), p. 266. 30 Park, op. , vol. 1, p. 2. 52. 40 AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 32 Heinrich Barth, Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa, London, 1855, vol. 1, pp. 380–1. 33 Park, op. , vol. 1, p. 2. 34 R. Lander, Journal of An Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of the Niger, London, 1832, vol. 1, p. 11. 35 Hugh Clapperton, Journal of a Second Expedition into the Interior of Africa from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo, London, 1829, p.

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