The natives of the Slave Coast had made some notable cultural advances.
Her latest and last voyage was to the Slave Coast, in the Gulf of Guinea.
By the end of the war it was entirely suppressed, though as late as 1866 a squadron of ships patrolled the Slave Coast.
Last of the immigrants to be mentioned, but among the earliest in point of time, is the black race from the Slave Coast of Africa.
When the whites first went to the Slave Coast there was comparatively little slavery among the natives.
The Slave Coast native was compelled to choose between being a slave-catcher or a slave.