Crown Colony (PowerPoint)

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1866 Crown Colony Planters made “a great and generous sacrifice” in abolishing themselves as independent institution
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Colonial Attitudes “If we give the negroes as a body the political powers which we claim for ourselves, they will use them only to their own injury. They will slide back into their old condition.”
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The English in the West Indies 1888 “Give them independence, and in a few generations they will peel off such civilization as they have learnt as easily and as willingly as their coats and trousers.” (J.A. Froude)
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Shift: Atlantic → Africa New Imperialism 1870 -1914
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Scramble for Africa Explorers – source of the Nile Missionaries Expelled from India, ‘invaded’ Africa Came with set beliefs and desire to change minds Assumption that Africans had no coherent beliefs of their own Capitalists – markets and raw materials
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Africa 1890 Africa 1914
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Different Area Same Agenda “There are plenty of Pilgrim Fathers among the Anglo-Saxon race yet, and when America is filled up with their descendants, who shall say that Africa shall not be their next resting place?” (Henry Morgan Stanley)
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Africans at the Bottom “On account of our Indian trade, enterprise, and emigration require a suitable outlet. East Africa is, and should be, from every point of view, the America of the Hindu.” (Sir Harry Johnston)
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Jamaica: Crown Colony
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