Slave Coast

1862 – 2,500 Slaves Shipped From Whydah In Six Weeks

1862 – 2,500 Slaves Shipped From Whydah In Six Weeks

Source: Parliamentary Papers (Great Britain Parliament House of Commons) 1862 AD - pg. 68 "The Alecto hove up for Lagos to meet the mail. I learn from Commander Raby, who is a very active office, and of considerable knowledge in Coast matters, that the Slave Trade is now at its full height at Whydah: legal trade is completely stopped, and they allow no intercourse with men-of-war." "The slavers come down the coast under the American flag, and lay off the place, making their arrangements under their noses, and as soon as the cruizers leave for Lagos, they ship their slaves…
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1862 – 1,000 Slaves Collected At Whydah – Parliamentary Papers

1862 – 1,000 Slaves Collected At Whydah – Parliamentary Papers

Source: Parliamentary Papers (Great Britain Parliament House of Commons) 1862 AD - pg. 5 "With regard to the Slave Trade in the Bights, I have heard that, subsequent to the taking of Porto Novo, the King of Dahomey had collected 1,000 slaves at Whydah: that part of the station has, however, been vigilantly watched by our cruizers, and with the exception of a vessel which escaped with a cargo of slaves from the neighbourhood of Whydah in April last, I have not heard of any slaves having been carried away from the Bights of Benin and Biafra.
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1891 – Jews Inhabited Whydah and 16,000 – 18,000 Were Taken Annually

1891 – Jews Inhabited Whydah and 16,000 – 18,000 Were Taken Annually

Source: The Encyclop√¶dia of Missions:¬†Descriptive, Historical, Biographical, Statistical. With a Full Assortment of Maps, a Complete Bibliography, an Lists of Bible Versions ... (Funk & Wagnalls) 1891 A.D. - pg. 329 Dahomey, a section of the Slave Coast, West Africa, between Little Popo and Porto Novo. It is now a Portuguese protectorate, though the king is still absolute monarch. The chief city, Whydah (Glehweh, Fida, Heveda, Uida), was formerly called Juda, and its inhabitants were said to be Jews, while the river Allala (Efra) was spoken of as the Euphrates. During the slave trade Dahomey was famous, 16,000 - 18,000…
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1766: French Map Shows Negroland As “Populated By Jews”

1766: French Map Shows Negroland As “Populated By Jews”

Source: Yale.edu Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen This map is another in the growing list of "smoking gun" evidence that the descendants of the Transatlantic Slave Trade are in fact Israelites. This is a French map made in 1766 for the Duke of Orleans. If you look just under the label Nigritia (Negroland), you'll see Lam Lam. Directly under that the excerpt reads: "According to Edrisi the land hereabout was populated by Jews." Click The Map To Enlarge Shout out to TEOTW Ministries for finding this one.
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1747 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

1747 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

Source: Library of Congress This map was created in 1747 by English cartographer Emanuel Bowen as part of a collection. He was a renowned map maker with a reputation for being accurate. Here on his map of Negroland (Africa), he notes "The Kingdom of Juda" as the "The Slave Coast". Map of The Kingdom of Judah on The Slave Coast of Africa The reason Judah fled into Africa was to escape invading armies. Their enslavement by people in slave ships was a fulfillment of the following prophecy: "Woe to the land shadowing with wings, which is beyond the rivers of…
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