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### North Africa

Course: HISTORY HI460, Fall 2008
School: Oakwood
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c M L e a n |1 DepartmentofHistory OakwoodUniversity TheArabinfluenceonNorthAfrica By OrchadiaMcLean Forthecourse: AfricanCivilization(HI325) Submittedto:Prof.Saunders M c L e a n |2 December,2008 TheArabizationofNorthAfrica NorthAfricaofthemodernworldnolongerseemstotrulyapartofthecontinent.In facttherearehistorianswhoquestionitsrelationtotherestofblackAfrica.Recent...

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