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The Anchorage off the Town of Bonny river sixteen miles from the Entrance
The Bonny River was a major collection point for West African slavers. After 1808, in an attempt to shift the economy of the region away from slavery, a trade in palm oil was encouraged. A number of former British slave dealers quickly switched their business from human to palm oil cargoes. The King of Bonny, however, continued to supply some 30,000 slaves a year to Portuguese dealers during the 1820s and 1830s.
P.M. G. (artist)
Original size: 200 mm x 370 mm
- Image reference: PU1929
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London