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Africa. French colonialism. Signing a treaty with the chief

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Africa. French colonialism. Signing a treaty with the chief

History of Africa. French colonialism. 19th century. Signing a treaty with the chief of the tribe Tamiso. Colored engraving

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This engraving depicts a pivotal moment in the history of Africa during the 19th century as the French colonizers signed a treaty with the Chief of the Tamiso Tribe in Senegal. The image, a testament to the era of French colonialism, shows a confident and determined French colonist, dressed in European attire, seated at a table with the African chief and his men. The chief, dressed in traditional garb and adorned with tribal marks, appears thoughtful and contemplative as he signs the agreement. The scene takes place in a rural African setting, with huts and warriors visible in the background. A gun is present on the table, a symbol of the power and force the French brought with them to establish their colonies. The treaty, which likely granted the French control over the land and its people, is signed on a parchment, adding an air of formality to the proceedings. This historical image, taken from a colored engraving, captures the complex and often contentious relationship between European colonizers and African tribes during the age of colonialism. The signing of this treaty marked the beginning of French settlement in Senegal and the Confederation of Senegambia, which would eventually grow into a vast French colonial empire in Africa. The image serves as a poignant reminder of the significant impact of colonialism on the African continent and its people.

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