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The 'Slave-Market' Church at Mkunazini
Monogrammed C.D.M.T. with an inscription: 'The 'Slave-Market' Church and the Mission Infirmary at Mkunazini in the town of Zanzibar. Taken from Ngambo, a suburb the other side of the creek, at low water.' Further inscription below: 'Christchurch Cathedral on the site of the Slave Market, the High Altar is on the spot where the whipping post stood'. Inscription on reverse: 'Zanzibar from the suburb across the creek called 'Ng'ambo' (The other side) Slavemarket Church, & Mission House (The Infirmary of the Mission), immediately on its left - When the tide is out as in the drawing people are always passing to & fro as represented - Native huts in foreground'.
Part of the Michael Graham-Stewart slavery collection.
C. D. M. T.
- Image reference: F0740
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Michael Graham-Stewart Slavery Collection. Acquired with the assistance of the Heritage Lottery Fund