Mapping African-American History

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Dec 1, 2002 - History - 64 pages
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THE MAP WORKBOOK FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY consists of approximately 25 maps that trace the African experience throughout the world and in America. Accompanied by map exercises and thought questions, each map is designed to strengthen students’ knowledge of geography, as well as their critical-thinking skills. The maps focus on a wide range of topics, covering African American social, political, cultural, and economic history. This workbook provides a useful pedagogical tool for courses in African American history where instructors would like to stress the important relationship between history and geography.

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TransAtlantic Slave Trade and the European and African Nations Enriched
Impact of the ThreeFifths Compromise and Northwest Ordinance on Slavery
The Missouri Compromise and Its Impact on Slavery in the United States

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Bertie County native Arwin D. Smallwood is an associate professor of history at Bradley University. With a scholar's skill and a native's insight, Dr. Smallwood, whose previous works were well received in the academic community, establishes with this new volume his merit as a popular historian.

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