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In Things Fall Apart what was the massacre of Abame based off of?


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The massacre of Abame was not based off any one event, but many events where indigenous tribes fought against European colonists and were massacred as a result. This need not hold true only to Africa, as it was reflective of many American (North and South) encounters between natives and Europeans.

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