• Samore Toure Mandinka Empire
    Samori Touré ( 1830 – 1900 ) African military leader. A Muslim, he began to amass a personal following in the mid-1850s, establishing a military base on the Upper Niger. By 1870 his authority was acknowledged throughout the Kanaka region of the River Milo, in what is now eastern Guinea. By 18
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  • Mandinka Empire
    Bound to Africa: the Mandinka Legacy in the New World Schaffer, Matt. History in Africa, Volume 32, 2005, pp. 321-369 (Article) Published by African Studies Association DOI: 10.1353/hia.2005.0021 For additional information about this article http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/hia/summary/v032/3
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  • W.Africa Empire
    HIST130 B3 – 133S January 28, 2013 West Africa Empires From the fourth century to the end of the seventeenth century, three great empires flourished on the west African grasslands to the south of the Sahara desert. Cradled between two river basins and stretched across majo
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  • Information on Islam Empire
    Books: * Adeleke, Tunde. "Religion and Society." Songhay. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 1996. 28-37. Print. This book explains the religion of the Songhay empire switching from under the rule of Sunni Ali to Askia Muhammad the Great and his tolerance with other religions. The author also explains
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