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The Shira or Sira people, the Eshira, are a Bantu ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the . The Eshira migrated into the area sometime in the 18th century, after wars with the Kele and other groups. During the 19th century they traded slaves with the , and were highly regarded for their tobacco and raphia cloth. Their numbers were greatly reduced by smallpox epidemics in 1865 and 1898. Subgroups of the Eshira include the Punu.

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  • The Shira or Sira people, the Eshira, are a Bantu ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the . The Eshira migrated into the area sometime in the 18th century, after wars with the Kele and other groups. During the 19th century they traded slaves with the , and were highly regarded for their tobacco and raphia cloth. Their numbers were greatly reduced by smallpox epidemics in 1865 and 1898. Subgroups of the Eshira include the Punu.
  • The Sira or Shira people, the Eshira, are a ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the .
  • The Sira or Shira people, the Eshira, are a Punu ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the .
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  • The Shira or Sira people, the Eshira, are a Bantu ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the . The Eshira migrated into the area sometime in the 18th century, after wars with the Kele and other groups. During the 19th century they traded slaves with the , and were highly regarded for their tobacco and raphia cloth. Their numbers were greatly reduced by smallpox epidemics in 1865 and 1898. Paul du Chaillu travelled through Eshira areas in 1858 and 1864, and recorded that each clan controlled its own affairs. of the was the most important of the chiefs; he owned 300–400 slaves, and died of smallpox in 1885. The Holy Ghost Fathers established a mission in 1895. Subgroups of the Eshira include the Punu.
  • The Sira or Shira people, the Eshira, are a ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the .
  • The Sira or Shira people, the Eshira, are a Punu ethnic group of Gabon primarily living in the forests and grasslands south of the Ogooué River and west of its tributary the .
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