The French colonial conquest of Senegal was part of a Wolof civil war and the on-going battles between Islam and the monarchy that had commenced with the Muslim rebellion in 1859. This work is an examination of Islam, slave emancipation and the impact of cash cropping in colonial Senegal from 1859 to 1914. The book decolonizes history through its focus on Wolof historical agency, critical readings of French sources, and a Wolof-centred chronology of historical transformation. North America: Heinemann
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