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Africa in the nineteenth century.

Edgar Sanderson

Africa in the nineteenth century.

by Edgar Sanderson

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Published by Seeley and co. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Africa -- History,
    • Africa -- Colonization

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy Edgar Sanderson. With portraits.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT31 .S21
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi p., 1 l., 335 p.
      Number of Pages335
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6951289M
      LC Control Number05003766
      OCLC/WorldCa2808881

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      Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Children's Literature and Childhood includes content from archives and university, public, and national libraries, having been developed for use at academic and research libraries. Included is content from the U.K. National Archives, which features material on child welfare and reform, education, juvenile health, and juvenile crime and detention; the. How did slavery in Africa develop as the transatlantic slave trade declined in the nineteenth century? Slaves were used more intensively than ever within Africa. → Slavery and slave markets remained strong in sub-Saharan Africa, as local warfare and slave raiding continued to enslave large numbers of men, women, and children.

      African American women writers of the 19th century were running schools, publishing newspapers and authoring editorials, writing poetry and plays, penning all manners of memoirs and stories and novels and cookbooks, delivering lectures and sermons, and doing activist work of all kinds/5. Which of the following technological developments was key to the acceleration of Western penetration of Africa and Asia in the late nineteenth century? the invention of the machine gun What was one of the main purposes of the Dual Alliance forged by Germany and Austria-Hungary in ?


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