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Chapter 19, Section 1. East Africa. Vocabulary. Olduvai Gorge Aksum Berlin Conference Cash crop Masai Pandemic. Human Perspective. Continental Crossroads. Aksum Eastern Coast. Colonization Disrupts Africa. Berlin Conference Stupid boundaries Ethiopia stays free Internal conflict.

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Chapter 19, Section 1

  • East Africa


Vocabulary

  • Olduvai Gorge

  • Aksum

  • Berlin Conference

  • Cash crop

  • Masai

  • Pandemic


Human Perspective


Continental Crossroads

  • Aksum

  • Eastern Coast


Colonization Disrupts Africa

  • Berlin Conference

  • Stupid boundaries

  • Ethiopia stays free

  • Internal conflict


Farming and Tourism Economies

  • Devotion to cash crops

  • Changing rural Africa

  • Big Game Parks


Maintaining Traditional Cultures

  • Masai

  • Kikuyu


Health Care in Modern Africa

  • Pandemic-AIDS

  • Underreporting

  • Population could drop

  • Malaria also a problem


  • 1. The conference that divided Africa between European Powers was held in

    • a. London

    • b. Cairo

    • c. Berlin

    • d. Capetown


  • 2. Which of the following is not an example of a cash crop grown on African plantations?

    • a. Wheat

    • b. Tea

    • c. Coffee

    • d. Sugar


  • 3. Which of the following is the ethnic group that has controlled politics in Kenya?

    • a. Kikuyu

    • b. Masai

    • c. Luba

    • d. Dinka


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