natural springs in the desert of northern Africa
Uses of Africa's rivers
transportation, drinking, fishing, and bathing
a large area of raised land
a wandering trader; someone that doesn't stay in one place
a poor farmer with only enough land to raise crops that feed their family
stuff from nature that people can use
the place where Earth's first people came from
people who had to hunt animals and gather wild plants to survive
farmers who were able to domesticate plants and animals to produce more food than was needed; this allowed them to do other jobs and helped build a civilization
more food than was needed
an East African Kingdom that controlled trade along the Red Sea and practiced Christianity
West African Empires
Ghana, Mali, and Songhai
to settle in an area and take over its government
Atlantic Slave Trade
when slaves were forced to move from Africa to North America and South America
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