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History 5

Chapter 9

2 African countries that remained independent during the colonial era Ethiopia, Liberia
Mountain range along Africa's northwest coast Atlas
Area of northern Africa along the Mediterranean Sea known for its fierce pirates Barbary Coast
Egypt's capital and Africa's largest city Cairo
Dam built on the Nile River to control flooding Aswan High Dam
Man-made waterway that connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea Suez Canal
Egyptian president who made peace with Israel Anwar Sadat
Largest country in Africa Sudan
Sudan's Capital Khartoum
Land too cold or dry to grow plants desert
Desert area made fertile by the presence of water oasis
Created by: Chandler1314