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Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. Section 2: Empire Building in Africa. West Africa. Europeans were interested in; Peanuts, timber, hides and palm oil. Previous Europeans have profited from the slave trade, but by the late 1800s it have virtually stopped.

By LeeJohn
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Bonjour!

Bonjour!

Bonjour!. Welcome to France!. The basic facts. Motto Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity“ Anthem " La Marseillaise “ Capital (and largest city) Paris 48°52′N, 2°19.59′E Official languages French Area - Total 674,843 km² 260,558 sq mi Population - 64,102,140.

By elina
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Africa: Independence

Africa: Independence

1. 4. 5. 2. Africa: Independence. 3. Africa: Independence 1. Algeria - bloody struggle with France. 1. 4. 5. 2. Africa: Independence. 3. Africa: Independence 1. Algeria - bloody struggle with France 2. Kenya - Kenyatta leads fight against Great Britain. 1. 4. 5. 2.

By Roberta
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USI. 3 a,b USI. 4 a,b,c

USI. 3 a,b USI. 4 a,b,c

Trashcan Trivia. USI. 3 a,b USI. 4 a,b,c. What Native American tribe would inhabit in arctic areas of Alaska and Northern Canada? . Kwakiutl Iroquois Inuit. ANSWER NOW!!!. 1. INUIT.

By Faraday
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Chapter 2: Exploration and Expansion 1400-1700

Chapter 2: Exploration and Expansion 1400-1700

Chapter 2: Exploration and Expansion 1400-1700. Section 1: Voyages of Discovery. Foundations of Exploration Renaissance – spirit of discovery and innovation inspired voyages (Age of Exploration) Motives: no middlemen Wealth Spices, silk, perfume, and jade Fame and Glory Spread Faith

By emily
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Explorers

Explorers

Explorers. SOL 1.4a. Which countries explored?. France Portugal Spain England. Motivating Forces. Economic- Gold, Natural Resources, and trade Religious- Spread of Christianity Competition for the belief that one country is better than the other. Obstacles in the way.

By johana
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G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e

G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e

G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e. By Claire DeMarco, Dacoda Strack, and Ryan Sanchez. Expansion Of The Empire Notes. Ghana was in control of West Africa’s trade routes in 800 Kings used their great wealth to build a powerful army Conquered many trade center neighbors

By waverly
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Imperialism: Europe Reaches Out

Imperialism: Europe Reaches Out

Imperialism: Europe Reaches Out. The power point presentation covers the material from Chapter 16 of the Mastering the TEKS in World History book by Jarrett, Zimmer, and Killoran. Essential Questions. What were the causes of the “New Imperialism?”

By mirella
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What was the Triangular Trade ? Click here to begin Quiz…..

What was the Triangular Trade ? Click here to begin Quiz…..

What was the Triangular Trade ? Click here to begin Quiz…. The Triangular Trade was a trade route between three different places. What were they? Click on one of the places. Incorrect. Click Here to return. Correct. Click here for your next question. Europe. The Caribbean Islands.

By asta
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Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By lyn
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The Transatlantic Slave Trade

The Transatlantic Slave Trade

The Transatlantic Slave Trade. Ch 17: Transatlantic Economy. FYI’s. Ch 17 ID quiz  tomorrow Ch 18 Reading Quiz next Monday Unit 4 test (Ch 17/18) Thurs/Fri before Thanksgiving Wednesday… Bring books!. Origins of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

By graceland
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SOL 3.2 Mali by Ellen Benegar

SOL 3.2 Mali by Ellen Benegar

SOL 3.2 Mali by Ellen Benegar. The Empire of Mali. Africa was home to several great empires. One of the most prosperous (wealthy) countries was Mali. Mali was a wealthy trading empire before Columbus sailed to America in 1492. Storytellers.

By tamanna
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Africa-Asia Relations: Historical, Cultural, and Linguistic Connections

Africa-Asia Relations: Historical, Cultural, and Linguistic Connections

Africa-Asia Relations: Historical, Cultural, and Linguistic Connections. Adams B. Bodomo University of Hong Kong abbodomo@hku.hk Visiting Professor Ansted University, Penang, Malaysia August 7, 2001. Outline of the Talk. Introduction and Themes of the Talk

By kory
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The Regional Integration Component in the SSATP DP2

The Regional Integration Component in the SSATP DP2

The Regional Integration Component in the SSATP DP2. SSATP Annual Meeting Addis Ababa – Ethiopia December 2012. The SSATP Regional Integration focus.

By brac
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African Business Outlook Part of the Global Business Outlook

African Business Outlook Part of the Global Business Outlook

African Business Outlook Part of the Global Business Outlook. A joint survey effort between Duke University, The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and CFO magazine. CFO Global and African Business Outlook – Overview. Global Business Outlook

By kim
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SOL 3.2 West Africa Mali

SOL 3.2 West Africa Mali

SOL 3.2 West Africa Mali. By, Jennifer Sagendorf ITRT – Suffolk Public Schools. Mali Madness. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Question 1. How do we know about Mali’s history?. Oral accounts from the storytellers. Question 2. Who ruled Mali?. Rich and powerful kings.

By gizela
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Askia The Great

Askia The Great

Askia The Great. 6.3 Mattias Henning Alec Berry Tommy Baronner And Cameron Carter . Introduction. In past section Sunni Ali strengthened and enlarged empire. He died in 1492. His son, Sunni Barru followed in his foot steps, but he was not Muslim. . Information -Askia the great.

By lunette
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Warm Up/ Bell ringer:

Warm Up/ Bell ringer:

When finished with warm up finish the following in order: Guided Reading 6.2 Primary Source IXL. Warm Up/ Bell ringer:. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1auqGFWqks. Answer questions on your warm up. Standards I can….

By jack
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Voodoo

Voodoo

A form of imitative magic. Voodoo. Origin of Voodoo. Originated in the African kingdoms of Fon and Kongo “Voodoo” means “sacred”, “spirit” or “deity”. http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/places/culture-places/beliefs-and-traditions/benin_birthofvoodoo.html. Voodoo Traditions.

By randall
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Using your textbook effectively.

Using your textbook effectively.

Using your textbook effectively. Outline at Beginning of Chapter (p.5) Pay attention to bold print words. (p. 7) Glossary at back of book (p.931) Timelines at the end of each chapter are helpful. (page 30) Very Helpful! Chapter Review and Assessment at the end of each chapter. (p. 32).

By taran
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