Posted by A on Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 1:12am.
The political movement that brought Africans together in the 1950s was known as ________.
b. salt trade
Enslaved Africans from West Africa traveled across the Atlantic Ocean to European Colonies in the Americas by way of the ________.
a. middle passage
b. salt trade route
c. African passage
d. African piligrimage
The location of West and Central Africa encouraged ________.
c. cottage industries
One of the ways European Colonization upset life in West and Central Africa was by:
a. marketing goods in the area
b. drawing borders without regard to the location of ethnic groups
c. creating friction between Europe's powers
d. forcing Africans not to farm
During the period when Arab traders came to West and Central Africa to trade salt for gold, they changed the culture of the region by bringing:
a. the religion of Islam
b. technology like the printing press
c. a new style of music
d. enslaved people to work on the farms
My answers: d, a, d, b, a
- SS - Writeacher, Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 7:15am
All seem correct to me, although I'm not sure about the fourth one.
- SS - SkiGirl, Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 3:51pm
All right! I had the same questions in my SS test, and I got them all right.
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