A History of West Central Africa to 1850 PDF
Part of the New Approaches to African History series
Based on substantial new research from primary sources and archives, this accessible interpretative history of West Central Africa from earliest times to 1852 gives comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the region.
With equal focus given to both internal histories or inter-state interactions and external dynamics and relationships, this study represents an original approach to regional histories which goes beyond the existing scholarship on the area.
By contextualising and expanding its range, to include treatment of the Portuguese colony of Angola, John K.
Thornton provides new understandings of significant events, people, and inter-regional interactions which aid the grounding of the history of West Central Africa within a broader context.
A valuable resource to students and scholars of African history.
- Format: PDF
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 31/03/2020
- Category: General & world history
- ISBN: 9781108889742
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