Across equatorial Africa by Frederick William Hugh Migeod

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Published by H. Cranton, limited in London .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Africa, Central,
  • Africa, Central.

Subjects:

  • Ethnology -- Africa, Central.,
  • African languages.,
  • Africa, Central -- Description and travel.

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementby Frederick William Hugh Migeod ... Illustrated by seventy-one photographs, eleven plates of face marks and five wall drawings.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT351 .M5
The Physical Object
Pagination397 p.
Number of Pages397
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6655483M
LC Control Number23010506
OCLC/WorldCa8473315

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In the northwest and west, France ultimately acquired regions that came to be known as French West Africa, French Equatorial Africa, and the French Cameroons, and established protectorates in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. Other French territories were French Somaliland, French Togoland, Madagascar, and Réunion.

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Verney Lovett Cameron (1 July – 24 March ) was an English traveller in Central Africa and the first European to cross () equatorial Africa from sea to sea. Books shelved as african-exploration: The White Nile by Alan Moorehead, The Scramble for Africa: The White Man's Conquest of the Dark Continent from Vansina’s scope is breathtaking: he reconstructs the history of the forest lands that cover all or part of southern Cameroon, Across equatorial Africa book, Equatorial Guinea, the Congo, Zaire, the Central African Republic, and Cabinda in Angola, discussing the original settlement of the forest by the western Bantu; the periods of expansion and innovation in agriculture; the development of metallurgy; the rise and fall of political 4/5(1).

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The legacy of the roughly 80 years of colonial rule still haunts equatorial Africa. One can only hope that Professor Harms will tell the next part of the story as vividly and effectively as he has Author: Terry W.

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Chromosome 6 is a prophetic thriller that challenges the medical ethics of genetic manipulation and cloning in the jungles of equatorial Africa, where one mistake could bridge the gap between man and ape--and forever change the genetic map of our/5.

Equatorial Africa is dominated by the Congo Basin (area of land that is drained by a river and its tributaries) Water from rainfall in the Congo Basin flows downhill and collects into streams, which meet with larger streams, which flow into rivers that empty into the. for his journey in equatorial Africa Henri Duveyrier: for his exploration of the Algerian Sahara and the country of the Touareg: Nicolas de Khanikof: for his exploration of the Khorassan: Richard Francis Burton and John Hanning Speke: for their exploration of the great lakes of east Africa Hermann, Robert and Adolf von Schlagintweit.

Equatorial Africa's thick forests and tropical climate have encouraged its population to be Because of the significant ethnic diversity of Equatorial Africa, Equatorial Africa struggles because it lacks natural resources that could be sold to fund development.

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relates to the wide strip of grassland stretching across Africa, south of the Sahara. French Equatorial Africa (French: Afrique équatoriale française), or the AEF, was the federation of French colonial possessions in Equatorial Africa, extending northwards from the Congo River into the Sahel, and comprising what are today the countries of Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of the Congo, and l: Brazzaville.

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