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THE CENTRAL SUDAN IN THE NINETEENTH
WEST AFRICA UNDER EUROPEAN RULE
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Abd al-Qādir Abd Allāh Abū Bakr Ahmad Al-‘Umari al-Bakri al-hājj Umar al-Idrisi al-Maqrizi Alī almāmi Arab As-Sa'di as-Sūdān askiya Awdaghast Bagirmi Bambara Barth became Belo Berbers Bornu Bornuan Bulāla called capital central Sudan centre century Chad chief chieftaincies clan clerics conquest cult defeated Delafosse Dyāra dynasty empire Fattāsh Fezzān founded Fulbe Futa Jalon gained control Gâna Ghāna Gobir gold governor groups Hamadu Hausa Ibn Battuta Ibn Khaldūn Ibrāhīm Idris influence inhabitants Islam jihād Kanem Kano Katsina Kawkaw Kebbi king kingdom Māli Mande Mandinka Mansa Mäsina Mossi Muhammad Mūsā Muslim Negro Niger nomadic North Africa pagan political Pulo raids region reign religion ruler ruling Sahara Sahil Senegal Shaikh slaves Sokoto Songhay Soninke Sudan Sudanese Sulaimān sultan Sun Dyāta Takrür Timbuktu Tokolor town trading tradition transl Travels tribes Tuareg Tunjur Uthmān vassal village Waday Wangāra West Africa western whilst Wolof writes Zaghāwa Zamfara