Africa: Tradition and Change
Random House School Division, 1971 - 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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The Geography of Africa
Political Freedom Economic Dependence
The Continuing Struggle
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