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Key Words for Third Test ISS 315 Landform of Africa -No mountains -Africa was the center of the original landmass (Pangea) from which tectonic plates moved outward -Most lakes within rift valleys -rivers-nile,Zaire, Niger, Zambezi -Plateaus-Most of Africa is 1,000 feet about sea level -5 basins were once lakes but were filled up Vectors for African diseases -Malaria- Mosquito -Sleeping sickness-tsetse fly -river blindness-roundworm Subsistence farming -farming to feed oneself and family African slave traders -very powerful yet the slave trade weakened the interior Berlin conference -1884, held by Bismarck to divide Africa between colonial powers Colonial powers Africa -Britain, Belgium, France, Portugal Colonial powers character -Britain-independant rule -Belgium- Paternalistic rule (treated africans as inferior biologically and culturally -France-assimilation (imbedded french culture) -Portugal-explointation Rift valleys -Valleys where Africa is splitting Madagascar -Island off the southeaster coast of Africa Apartheid
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  • Fall '08
  • hussain
  • South Africa Afrikaners, Colonial powers Africa, Africa colonial powers, Colonial powers character, East Africa countries

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