Africa: Tradition and Change
Random House School Division, 1972 - Africa - 468 pages
This textbook discusses not only the history of the African continent and its varied peoples but also the cultures and civilizations, the European intrusion, slave trade, colonialism, and the black image of both America and Africa.
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MODERNITY AND TRADITION
Associations in Africa
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African American Arab areas asked Association authority became become began beginning Black British called carried Central century chief Christianity civil coast colonial Congo continent culture early East economic Egypt Egyptian established European existed fact force France French Ghana give hand human important independence interest Islam Italy Keep king kingdom known land language later leaders live major means ment mind Moslem moved movement nationalist Negro North officials organization party period political Portuguese present problems questions race reason region remained River rule schools slave social society Source Reading South Africa southern stone Sudan territory things tion town trade traditional United University wanted West Africa Western women