Philip Koslow - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1997 - 64 pages
Discusses the ways in which slaves from Africa influenced various aspects of life in the New World, including gold mining, cultivation of sugar and rice, herding livestock, and ...
Philip Koslow - Dogs - 1997 - 28 pages
Describes, in brief text and illustrations, the physical characteristics and habits of various breeds of dogs.
Philip Koslow - History - 1996 - 63 pages
Tracing the ancient Yoruba culture back to the fourth century B.C., this study of the Yoruba examines their rich history, sophisticated system of government, and influential ...
Philip Koslow - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1995 - 63 pages
Discusses the establishment of the kingdom of Mali under Sundiata, the spread of Islam, Mansa Musa's pilgrimage to Mecca, and the civilization and fall of the kingdom
Philip Koslow - History - 1995 - 63 pages
Chronicles the rise of the Songhay empire in West Africa during the fifteenth century, its complex system of government, its dissolution under civil war, and the fate of its people