Africa - AFRICA I. Introduction Historical Periods Don't...

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AFRICA
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I. Introduction Historical Periods Don’t Fit Africa Variety Not Like Europe Caleb Oladipo Names of African Countries The Legacy of Imperialism
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 1. Senegambia and Benin Senegambia
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Senegambia, Benin, Sudan Map
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 1. Senegambia and Benin Senegambia General Islamic and Christian influences—Neither was decisive States—Woloff Kingdom Stateless Societies Age grades Typical—Self-governed village
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 1. Senegambia and Benin (cont’d) Benin Sophisticated society Art and iron works—brass plaques of historical scenes Portuguese trade began in 1485
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 1. Senegambia and Benin (cont’d) Benin At height in 16 th century Could not be converted Conquered by British in 1898
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 2. Sudan Songhay
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Senegambia, Benin, Sudan Map
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 2. Sudan Region Songhay Kingdom Leo Africanus (d.1550) Pope Leo X Muhammad Toure (d.1528) Timbuktu
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 2. Sudan (cont’d) Kanem Bornu (East of Songhay)
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II. Four Major Areas of Africa 2. Sudan (cont’d) Kanem Bornu (East of Songhay) Idris Alooma (d.1603)
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2009 for the course HIS 1307 taught by Professor Gawrich during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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