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West coast african countries finished
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  • 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
  • 3. West Coast Countries of Africa Created by: Mr. Raponi
  • 4.  
  • 5. Coastal Countries
    • West Africa includes
    • ______ coastal Countries.
    • Most countries spread along west Africa’s Atlantic bend, north of the
    • _______________.
    • They begin with
    • ______________ in the west and continue along the coast to Benin.
    11 Equator Senegal
  • 6. The Land
    • Coastal Lowlands sweep along the Atlantic shore.
    • Sandy beaches, rain forests, and
    • ________________ swamps cover most of the area.
    • Several major rivers:
      • The Senegal,
      • ________________,
      • _________________, and
      • The Niger flow from the highlands to the lower coast.
    Mangrove Gambia Volta
  • 7. Illustration of a Mangrove Swamp
  • 8.  
  • 9. Economy
    • Due to the wet climate, most people in Coastal West Africa are
    • ________________.
    • On small plots of land, farmers are able to grow yams, corn, and rice.
    • On large plantations, farmers are able to grow bananas, coffee, rubber, cacao, and kola.
    Farmers Raponi Cola
  • 10. Kola Nuts that at one time were the main ingredient in making many sodas. Has high caffeine amounts
  • 11. History
    • From the late 1400s until the early 1800s,
    • __________________ set up trading posts along the West African coast.
    • Here, they traded with Africans for gold, ivory, and other goods that people in Europe wanted.
    • They also traded enslaved Africans. The traders shipped millions of people to the American colonies.
    Europeans
  • 12. History
    • At a time when the climate was favorable, three great African empires arose in the 300s to the 1500s.
      • _________________
      • _________________
      • _________________
    • These empires controlled the gold, salt, and other resources of west Africa
    Ghana Mali Songhai
  • 13. Toward Freedom
    • The British, French, and Portuguese set up colonies
    • in _______________ West Africa.
    • After several ____________ of European rule, the people of Western Africa began to demand independence.
    • In 1957, ____________ became the first country in West Africa to become independent.
    Coastal Decades Ghana
  • 14. The Culture of Ghana
  • 15. Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde
    • Guinea-Bissau lies between Senegal and Guinea.
    • Cape Verde is located about
    • __________ miles offshore in the Atlantic Ocean.
    • The two were
    • ____________________ colonies until the won their independence in
    • _____________.
    • Portuguese influences are widespread in the language and cultures of both countries.
    375 Portuguese 1975
  • 16. Liberia and Sierra Leone
    • _______________ is the only West African country that was never a European colony.
    • Africans freed from slavery
    • founded it in _______________.
    • Sierra Leone was established as a home for people freed from enslavement.
    • Sierra Leone was ruled by
    • ________________ from 1787 to 1961 when it became independent.
    Liberia 1792 Britain
  • 17. Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana
    • Cote d’Ivoire was a
    • _____________ colony until winning its independence in 1960.
    • Here, they cultivate coffee, cacao, and lumber.
    • Ghana’s people belong to
    • about _________ different ethnic groups.
    • The _________________ and
    • the _______________ are the two largest ethnic groups.
    French 100 Ashanti Fante
  • 18. Culture of the Ashanti Tribe
  • 19. Ticket To Leave List three things that you have learned, and write at least one question that you have about the topic

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