Plan of James Island and Fort, Gambia, 1727
Smith made this drawing for the Royal African Company which claimed the fort. Note the location of the New Barracks (center right) and another slave house (upper center). For another architectural drawing of this fort, based on a survey close to 30 years later, see image PRO-1.
William Smith, Thirty Different Drafts of Guinea (London, 1727), plate 5.
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Africa--Western Savanna--James Island
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