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Unit 2 - Africa. Day 1: Page 1: African Kingdoms. Agenda: Warm Up Create your own chart Notes – Ancient Africa Mansa Musa – history maker Homework: Quiz on Africa and Feudalism – Friday Start working on IDs. Make 2 Charts Like this in your notebook This is page 1 for GHANA and MALi.

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day 1 page 1 african kingdoms
Day 1: Page 1: African Kingdoms

Agenda:

  • Warm Up
  • Create your own chart
  • Notes – Ancient Africa
  • Mansa Musa – history maker

Homework:

  • Quiz on Africa and Feudalism – Friday
  • Start working on IDs
ghana
Ghana
  • The kingdom of Ghana had its heyday from 900 CE through 1230 CE
  • Major Export: Gold
  • Natural resource: Niger River, Gold Mines
  • Industries: Farming, mining, trading, defense (army)
  • Agricultural crops: Yams (sweet potatoes), beans, rice, onions, sorghum, millet, papaya, gourds, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, cotton, and peanuts.
  • Economic specialization: Traders, miners, farmers, blacksmiths, soldiers
  • Famous Ghanians: Anansi the Spider, Griots
  • People: Happy. The common people worked very hard. Nobles were more comfortable. Everyone made time for music, art, and the griots.
  • Religion: Many gods and goddesses
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Mali
  • The empire of Mali had its heyday from 1200 CE through the late 1400\'s.
  • Major Export: Gold
  • Natural resource: Niger River, Gold Mines, Salt Mines
  • Industries: Farming, mining, trading, defense (army)
  • Agricultural crops: Beans, rice, onions, sorghum, millet, papaya, gourds, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, cotton, and peanuts.
  • Economic specialization: Traders, miners, farmers, blacksmiths, soldiers
  • Famous People: Sundiata, Mansa Musa
  • People: Happy. The common people worked very hard. Nobles were more comfortable. Everyone made time for music, art, and the griots.
  • Religion: Nobles – Muslims; Common People - Many gods and goddesses
history maker mansa musa

Using the reading, create a history maker on Mansa Musa. Include the most important information outside of the body (minimum of 8 facts).

History Maker – Mansa musa
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