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Chapter 8


Mount. Kilimanjaro Africa's highest peak.
Africa The second largest continent.Also called "Dark Continent."
Madagascar Worlds fourth largest island.
Kingdom of Cush The greatest ancient civilization in Africa's interior.
Kingdom of Aksum Africa's first and greatest Christian kingdom.
King Lalibela Carved ten churches from solid rock.
Kalahari Desert The largest desert region in South Africa.
Victoria Falls Africa's largest waterfall, also one of the greatest natural wonders of the word.
Dr.Livingstone He got attact by a lion in Africa while walking also died while praying to God.
Congo River The world's second largest river in the volume of water it carries.
Henry Stanley When to search for Dr.Livingstone, also said "Dr.Livingstone, I presume?" and know it is a famous saying.
Liberia Africa's first black republic.
Khama Changed the ways of his tribe and showed them to the Lord.
Samual Crowther First black bishop the Church of England ever had.
Mary Slessor She calmed the people down when they wanted war.
Liberia Africa's first black republic.
Aesop Greek slave who wrote famous fables.
James Bruce The first European explorer of Africa.
Mongo Park The other first European explorer who went to find the source of the Nile.
Robert Moffat Another Scotsman, was one of the first missionaries to Africa.
Suez Canal A man made water way that seperats Africa from Asia.
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