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The banjo was originally played in and transported to

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(22) The banjo was originally played in ___________ and transported to the Americas with slaves. A. West Africa B. Morocco C. Ethiopia D. Swahili city-states (23) A key ingredient in Louisiana “creole” cooking is the ___________, a vegetable from Africa and used is commonly used in gumbos.
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(24) What city did Timur-i lang use as a capital, and as a base for Silk Road trade? (25) Although Babur’s forces at the battle of Panipat were outnumbered, he had what technological advantage? (26) In order to reclaim his empire, Humayun fled to Persia and converted to A. Christianity B. Zoroastrianism C. Sunni Islam D. Shiite Islam (27) Why did plantation owners put tar on their fences in the Carolina colonies? (28) Capoeira was developed by slaves in Brazil as a method of (29) Under Akbar the Great the Mughals built fortresses at key points in their empire, including the largest fortress at (30) Why was the monumental city of Fatehpur Sikri abandoned by Akbar and the Mughals? A. It was attacked by Uighurs. B. The city was flooded by the Indus. C. There was not enough water for it. D. The red sandstone buildings collapsed. (31) Although his regular capital was at Agra, Akbar used Lahore as his capital for over thirteen years because of unrest in what region? (32) What did Jahangir do to the supporters of his son Khusrau during the latter’s first rebellion in 1605?
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(33) To promote the Islamification of India, Aurangzeb brought back the jiziya, a head-tax on
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