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Jason Tew. The Beginnings of the Scramble For Africa  Imperialism in Africa began in the late 19 th century with many contributing factors. separation.

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1 Jason Tew

2 The Beginnings of the Scramble For Africa  Imperialism in Africa began in the late 19 th century with many contributing factors. separation of colonial Africa Berlin Confrence bd06eb70546http://people.tribe.net/chaz/blog/4669c7b9-8ecc-43a bd06eb70546f

3 Africa. The Dark Continent.  Africa remained obscure to Europeans for much of history.

4 Major European People  Cecil Rhodes (BSAC)  King Leopold II Cecil Rhodes King Leopold II

5 African Workers in Mines  Often times African workers were less skilled and treated very poorly.

6 Benefits and hindrances to African natives  Natives taken from home to work or sold as slave  Chiefs lived royaly African slave market

7 Scramble for Africa Cartoons  Cecil Rhodes Transafrican Railroad  Footprint of colonies on Africa  Berlin Conference

8 Bibliography  AP World History Wiki / Neocolonialism." AP World History Wiki / FrontPage. Web. 26 Mar  Boddy-Evans, Alistair. "Scramble for Africa -- What Caused the Scramble for Africa." African History -- Explore the History of Africa. Web. 26 Mar  Exploring Africa. Web. 26 Mar  "Feedback November – Imperialism Cartoon." Gary Coyle's Grade 8 Humanities. Web. 26 Mar  "[Regents Prep Global History] Imperialism: Scramble for Africa." Oswego City School District Regents Exam Prep Center. Web. 26 Mar


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