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  • Geography of Africa

  • Ancient African Kingdoms

  • Swahili Culture

  • Slavery

  • Colonialism

  • Geography of AfricaAncient African KingdomsSwahiliCultureSlavery

    $100$100$100$100$100$300$300$300$300$300$200$200$200$200$200$400$400$400$400$400$500$500$500$500$500$Colonialism

  • CATEGORY 1 - $100This large island lies off the Southeast coast of Africa

  • CATEGORY 1 - $200This major river runs near the equator through tropical rain forests in Central Africa

  • CATEGORY 1 - $300The climate of the northern third of Africa is dominated by this desert

  • CATEGORY 1 - $400This large lake provides water and food for millions of Africans in Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya

  • CATEGORY 1 - $500This mountain in Kenya is the highest point in the African continent.

  • CATEGORY 2 - $100The ancient kingdom of Ghana became wealthy from this.

  • CATEGORY 2 - $200This ancient city in Mali became an important center of learning in the Islamic world.

  • CATEGORY 2 - $300This leader of the kingdom of Songhai was known for his military prowess.

  • CATEGORY 2 - $400Most of our knowledge of ancient African kingdoms comes from these.

  • CATEGORY 2 - $500This king of Ghana was believed to be semi-divine (god-like)

  • CATEGORY 3 - $100This name is given to the people and culture of much of the East African coast, from Somalia to Mozambique

  • CATEGORY 3 - $200What is the missing word in this description of the Swahili culture: Men of greatest stature who are _____ inhabit the whole coast and at each place have set up chiefs.

  • CATEGORY 3 - $300These people from the Middle East made a rich contribution to Swahili culture

  • CATEGORY 3 - $400The ancient Greeks and Romans used this name for the East African coastal region

  • CATEGORY 3 - $500We know about African history from oral story-tellers called

  • CATEGORY 4 - $100Why did Europeans enslave Africans?

  • CATEGORY 4 - $200This war led to the abolition of slavery in the United States

  • CATEGORY 4 - $300True or False: Africans captured and sold other Africans into slavery

  • CATEGORY 4 - $400Slave ships often contained this many people in the cargo hold

  • CATEGORY 4 - $500Most slaves bound for America were brought to this area to await slave ships

  • CATEGORY 5 - $100The European colonization of Africa began in this decade.

  • CATEGORY 5 - $200In 1914 this conflict in Europe also involved all of Africa

  • CATEGORY 5 - $300The Scramble for Africa refers to this event.

  • CATEGORY 5 - $400In 1811, this Albanian army officer took power in Egypt

  • CATEGORY 5 - $500These key factors led to the European race to take over Africa.

  • CATEGORY 1 - $100Madagascar$

  • CATEGORY 1 - $200$The Congo River

  • CATEGORY 1 - $300The Sahara Desert$

  • CATEGORY 1 - $400Lake Victoria$

  • CATEGORY 1 - $500Mount Kilimanjaro$

  • CATEGORY 2 - $100Taxes collected from the trade of gold and salt.$

  • CATEGORY 2 - $200Djenne$

  • CATEGORY 2 - $300Sonni Ali the Great$

  • CATEGORY 2 - $400Arab writers and historians$

  • CATEGORY 2 - $500Dinga Cisse$

  • CATEGORY 3 - $100Swahili$

  • CATEGORY 3 - $200Pirates$

  • CATEGORY 3 - $300The Arabs$

  • CATEGORY 3 - $400Azania$

  • CATEGORY 3 - $500Griots$

  • CATEGORY 4 - $100For their own profit!$

  • CATEGORY 4 - $200The U.S. Civil War$

  • CATEGORY 4 - $300True$

  • CATEGORY 4 - $400300-600 people$

  • CATEGORY 4 - $500The West African Coast$

  • CATEGORY 5 - $100The 1880s$

  • CATEGORY 5 - $200World War I$

  • CATEGORY 5 - $300The partition of Africa at the Berlin Conference (1884-1885)$

  • CATEGORY 5 - $400Mohammad Ali$

  • CATEGORY 5 - $500Commercial greed, territorial ambition, and political rivalry.$

  • FINAL CATEGORY$

  • FINAL CATEGORYThis region of woodlands and grasslands lies between the Sahara to the North and Tropical Africa to the South$

  • The SahelFINAL CATEGORY$

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