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          <h1>Samori Toure</h1>
          <p>Emperor of the wassalou empire</p>
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          <p>Samori Ture (c. 1830 – June 2, 1900), also known as Samori Toure, Samory Touré, or Almamy Samore Lafiya Toure, was a Guinean Muslim cleric, and the founder and leader of the Wassoulou Empire, an Islamic empire that was in present-day southeastern Guinea and was also part of north-eastern Sierra Leone, part of Mali and part of northern Côte d'Ivoire. Samori Ture was a deeply religious Muslim of the Maliki jurisprudence of Sunni Islam</p>
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          <p>  Samory opposed French ambitions to build an empire in West Africa. He went to war with the French in 1883. French troops occupied Bamako on the Niger River and settled the war after a successful offensive in 1886. Samory was forced to accept the Niger as his frontie
      <h2>Expansion through the Sudan </h2>
By 1867, Ture was a full-fledged war commander, with an army based at Sanankoro in the Guinea Highlands, on the Upper Milo, a Niger River tributary.  
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      <p> The French began to expand in West Africa in the late 1870s, pushing eastward from Senegal to reach the upper reaches of the Nile in what is now Sudan. They sought to drive south-east to link up with their bases in Côte d'Ivoire. These actions put them directly into conflict with Ture</p>
      <h2>Life and Career</h2>
  <li>1830-Born in Manyambaladugu</li>
  <li>1848-Samori's mother was captured</li>
  <li>1861-He joined the berete army</li>
  <li> 1867-Toure was a full-fledged war commander</li>
  <li> 1876-Samori was importing breech-loading rifles through the British colony of Freetown in Sierra Leone</li>
  <li> 1878-he was strong enough to proclaim himself faama (military leader) of his Wassoulou Empire</li>
  <li>1881-after numerous struggles, Ture secured control of the key Dyula trading center of Kankan, </li>
  <li>1981-Ture conquered the numerous small tribal states around him and worked to secure his diplomatic position</li>
  <li>1882-a French expedition attacked one of Ture's armies that was besieging Keniera.</li>
  <li>1885-he sent an embassy to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone</li>
  <h4>War and defeat</h4>
  <li>1887-Samori could field 30,000 to 35,000 infantry and about 3,000 cavalry, in regular squadrons of 50 each.</li>
  <li>1986 and 1989-They forced Ture to sign several treaties ceding territory to them between </li>
  <li>1889 and 1894-Ture's army ravaged Wassoulou and expelled or enslaved most of the population.</li>
  <li>1891-a French force under Colonel Louis Archinard launched a direct attack on Kankan.Ture failed to pushed them</li>
  <li>1892-Col. Archinard's replacement, Humbert, leading a small, well-supplied force of picked men, captured Ture's capital of Bissandugu.</li>
  <li>1893, the French partially succeeded in cutting off Ture's sources of weapons which was supplied by the British traders since the late 1880s. </li>
  <li>1897-He tried to build an anticolonial alliance with Ashanti Empire but failed</li>
  <li>1898, he lost almost all of his territory and fled into the mountains of western Ivory Coast.<br> He was captured on 29 September 1898 by the French captain Henri Gouraud and was exiled to Gabon despite his request to return to southern Guinea.</li>
  <li>1990-Ture died in captivity on an island in Ogooué River, near Ndjolé.Following a bout of pneumonia.<br> His tomb is at the Camayanne Mausoleum, within the gardens of Conakry Grand Mosque.</li>
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