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Q4W2African Trading

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Savannah grasslands that have small trees and shrubs
Ghana emerged in about 500 A.D. and became one of the first great trading states.
gold made Ghana the center of an enormous trading empire.
salt People needed salt to help prevent them from getting dehydrated.
Berbers nomadic traders who traveled in camel caravans. Muslim merchants bought goods from local traders and sold the items to the Berbers.
Ships of the desert Camels were useful for desert travel because they could drink large amounts of water at one time. They could also travel for many days with little food.
Mogadishu, Mombasa, and Kilwa Trading ports on Africa’s eastern coast
Muslim and Arabic religion and architecture became a part of African culture. Because the Muslim traders interacted with the Africans, a mixed African-Arabian culture grew in the coastal areas
Created by: kknauss