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climate, and mineral and ecological endowment, forms one of the areas most
suitable for settlement on the African continent. BIBLIOGRAPHY, j.p.h. acocks,
The Veld-Types of South Africa (1953); R.s. adamson, The Vegetation of South
Three centuries earlier, the Arabs had completed their conquest of Africa north of
the Sahara, and so came into possession of the northern termini of trade routes
reaching across the desert to West Africa. The lively school of geographers and ...
From J. Fage, An Atlas of African History; Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. any
serious effort made to develop the trading footholds that were established on the
coast between Senegal and Sierra Leone, on the Ivory Coast, and between the ...
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