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1africa - Regional Outline for Sub-Saharan Africa 8000 600...

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Regional Outline for: Sub-Saharan Africa 8000 – 600 CE 600 – 1450 CE 1450-1750 CE 1750 – 1914 CE 1914 - Present Politics Pharaoh/queen (living incarnation of sun god), internal disorder, invasions (900 BCE), irrigation Kingship legitimized by Islam, ‘People of The Book’, Bantu (stateless societies) leaders cooperated with slave traders; monarchy Re-colonization of Africa; Sierra Leone, Liberia ; coastal kingdoms ruled by warlords/merchants; intertribal war; Revolutions; White Man’s Burden Decolonization of Africa; attempt at representative government; involved in WWII; renewed independence efforts civil war, government corruption; socialism Economy Trade with Kush and Mesopotamia, agricultural villages engaged in trade. Trade, with Islam as unifying factor, trans-Saharan trade routes; Ghana (gold), Mali; gold, salt, honey, slaves, ivory, imports, trade with Byzantine Empire, agriculture Triangular Trade/ Trans- Atlantic Slave Trade; guns traded for slaves; slave trade with Mediterranean world End of Atlantic Slave Trade
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