In 1863 the coastal strip of present Tanganyika, the so-called Merima, was under the effective control of the Sultan of Zanzibar, who also claimed the interior as his territory. Arab and Indian traders maintained traffic between the interior and the coast; slaves and ivory were the main articles of export.
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