Senegambia

(from the article `western Africa, history of`) But the Colony of the Senegambia was not a success. Britain`s merchants were not willing to follow up its naval and military successes in this ...
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Senegambia

[Dutch West India Company] Senegambia, also known in Dutch as Bovenkust (`Upper Coast`), was the collective noun for the fortifications and trading posts owned by the Dutch West India Company (DWIC) in the region now known as Senegal. The main purpose of these trading posts was to obtain slaves in order to ship them to the American continen...
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Senegambia

limited confederation (1982–89) of the sovereign countries of Senegal and The Gambia. The two countries reached a merger agreement in November 1981, ... [2 related articles]
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Senegambia

Senegambia (sen"igăm'bēu, –gäm'–) , short-lived (1982–89) confederation of Senegal and The Gambia.
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