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1853 Japanese World Map
1885 Map of Africa - by Hermann Habenicht
Japanese map of Africa, 1869
Ottoman map of Africa (1803)
Southern Africa military map from 1900, showing British, Dutch and Portuguese territories ; as well as the Boer Republics - the South African Republic and the Orange Free State
Africa 1899 (published 1906)
1865 Physical Map of Africa
Language Map of Africa (1883)
Belgian Congo in 1896 – six years after Joseph Conrad took the trip that inspired Heart of Darkness
Physical Wall Map of Africa (1900)
Maps from 1858 made by Antonio Snider-Pellegrini - depicting his interpretation of how the American and African continents may once have fit together before becoming separated
Smith, c. 1839 "Map of Africa..."
1839 Mitchell Map of Africa
1895 map of Madagascar
Colonizability of Africa by J. G. Bartholomew (1899)
Slave Trade of Africa by J. G. Bartholomew (1899)
Political map of Africa from 1850, largely uncolonised, showing the Mountains of the Moon and a lot of blank space.
1832 Map of Africa
1818 Pinkerton Map of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) and Nubia
Map of Colonialism in Africa from National Geographic (1889)
Mitchell Map of the Liberia Colony, showing American colonization societies (1839)
Physical wall map of Africa 1879, by Joseph Cavanne and Henri Duveyrier
Africa 1808. From Brookes, R., The General Gazetteer, or Compendious Geographical Dictionary. Eighth edition. Dublin, 1808.
Africa 1880 - before the Scramble for Africa
German East Africa (Deutsh-Ost-Afrika) from Germany's colonies, Brief description of the country and people of our non-European possessions ... ... With pictures and an overview map, etc., 1889, British Library Open Collection.
Political Map of Africa, 1894: scramble for Africa underway but much of the continent's still not colonized, with several 'negro states' still existing. From a German atlas (Debes' Schul-Atlas) I bought recently
1885 Map of Africa and the colonies
1805 map of the Mountains of Kong, a non-existent mountain range charted on maps of Africa until the late 19th century, which prevented colonization efforts of Mid- and Southern Africa
"Colonizability" of Africa in 1899 by Sir Harry Johnston
Africa : changes of foreign occupation from ca. 1895 to ca. 1914
German colonies in Africa (1894). Current-day Togo, Cameroon, Tanzania and Namibia. From a German atlas (Debes' Schul-Atlas) I bought recently
The African elephant's range and population: 19th century vs. 2012
Africa, 1896
Overview of the Slave Trade out of Africa, 1500-1900
"Colonizability of Africa" map (Late 19th century)
Africa in 1880 and Africa in 1913
1805 map of Africa by John Cary. Note the huge mountain range thought to cut the continent in half
Opening of the Suez Canal, Egypt (1859)
Expansion of French control of Algeria, 1830-1956
The Winds of Change in Southern Africa: 1900, 1970, and 2010
Map of African Slave Trade 1500-1900
Africa, 1880
A map of the first wave of the Great Trek (1835-1840) illustrating the paths of the largest parties of Voortrekkers (Africaans and Dutch for pioneer) across Southern Africa
Volume and direction of the trans-Atlantic slave trade from all African to all American regions between 1500-1860.
Geographical Egypt in 1818 by Jacotin Pierre
A original map of Africa from 1805
Ottoman Map of Madagascar (1803)
Africa in 1880
Map of Ethiopia and Surrounding States in 1840
An Ottoman map of the Ottoman Empire (including Morocco) Early 19th Century
Map of Southern Africa in 1850
1840 Liberia
A New Map of Africa, John Cary, 1805
Map showing the African American population distribution in the United States (1900)
African American Farming Settlements in the Northwest Territory States, 1800-1860
Politic Map of Africa in 1880 and 1913
Alexandria, Egypt (Cram, 1900)
Map of Africa in 1892
Ottoman Map of Africa 1803
African-American population share of US states and territories in 1880
Colonizability of Africa - Map by Sir Harry Johnston from 1899
A map of Southern Africa before the Second Boer War (1899-1902)
"Cape Town to Cairo" Division of Africa Proposed by the British (1898)
Map of the African slave trade between 1500 and 1870
Congo concessions
Franco-Spanish conquest of Morocco (1893–1932)
French Conquest of North Africa (1830-1938)
Reported Lynchings of African-Americans per County in the US, 1877-1950
First phase of re-conquest of lost territories by Ethiopia, 1879-89
Pre-colonial Africa 1858
Map of Egypt, Sudan, Red Sea, Assab, Massaua, Abyssinia, etc. (1887)
Commercial Map of Africa (1884)
A Bird's eye view of the Sudan, Central and East Africa, featuring the portraits of General Charles Gordon and Colonel Herbert Stewart. English lithograph map, 1884.
John Pinkerton map of Western Africa (1813)
Africa in 1805.
Africa 1899
1835 Arabic map showing Kenya on the west coast of Africa
Chart of the regions and internal boundaries in Africa in 1853
Islamic jihads in West Africa (1830)
IMRAY(1884) p0166 CAPE VERDE, PORTO PRAYA
William Winwood Reade's Map of African Literature, depicting Africa via the travel writings of (mostly) European explorers, 1873
The Death of Indigenous African Religions, 1900-1990
Finley map of Egypt (1827)
Suez Area, Egypt, 1850
Italian Map of the Mahdist territories in the Sudan, 1894
Map of South Africa showing British Possessions, July 1885
1877 map of the departments of French Algeria .
Nautical chart of the Port of Alexandria, Egypt (1867)
South Africa 1893
Cedid Atlas (Africa) 1803
Africa, 1852
African slave trade (1450-1808)
A map of Africa showing European territories - made in 1856.
Roman roads in Morocco, according to W. B. Harris (1897)
Africa (1867)
"Madagascar" from Annales de Geographie Tome IV, Paris 1895.
A map of Witwatersrand goldfield, South Africa, showing properties of the Rand Mines Limited in 1895.
Morocco 1844
A choropleth map from 1900 depicting African American migration to and from Georgia
Pre Colonial Africa, 1872
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