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Koumbi Saleh

failed to give sources as to how he arrived to that conclusion and the genealogy he created. Monteil describes his work as "unacceptable". The African Studies Association describe it as "...too creative to be useful to historians". See: *African Studies Association, ''History in Africa, Volume 11'', African Studies Association., 1984, the University of Michigan, pp 42-51 Arabic sources The earliest mention of Aoudaghost is by al-Yaqubi in his ''Kitab al-Buldan'' completed in 889-890 in which he described the town as being controlled by a tribe of the Sanhaja and situated 50 stages south of Sijilmasa across the Sahara desert. Tegdaoust is existed from before c. 830 until c. 1235 in what is now south-east Mauritania and western Mali. The Sosso people took its capital Koumbi Saleh but at the Battle of Kirina (c. 1240) Sundiata Keita's alliance defeated the Sosso and began the Mali Empire, which spread its influence along the Niger River through numerous vassal kingdoms and provinces. The Gao Empire at the eastern Niger bend was powerful in the ninth century CE but later subordinated to Mali until its decline. In 1340 the Songhai people made Gao the capital of a new Songhai Empire. Haskins, page 46


Uxbridge, Ontario

The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.


Gelemso

the Oromo in Hararghe'', A Paper Presented on African Studies Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, November 11–14, 1999, pp. 23, 4, 3, 4, 5, 44, 44, 23-25, 52, 54-55, In this paper, Professor Mohammed Hassen notes that due to their presence in a region criss-crossed by trade routes, military conquests, and the pioneering campaigns of Islamic propagation, the Oromo in Harerghe had developed a long tradition of borrowing and adapting new lifestyles from other people, and lending their own


Loreto, Baja California Sur

Agua Verde, Municipio de Loreto, B.C.S. * Miguel León-Portilla (1997), ''Loreto's key role in the early history of the Californias (1697–1773)'', California Mission Studies Association, OCLC 37842990. * Paul Gangster, Oscar Arizpe and Antonina Ivanova (2007), ''Loreto - The future of the first capital of the Californias'', ISBN 978-0-925613-52-3 * Sergio Morales Polo (1993), ''Loreto : some relevant facts about the history of the keystone of California culture'', Editorial Londó, OCLC


Tumbler Ridge

archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080111143903 http: www.tumblerridge.ca grizfest festival_information.php archivedate January 11, 2008 * *


Comoros

publisher African Studies Association jstor 3171638 By the time Europeans showed interest in the Comoros, the islanders were well placed to take advantage of their needs, initially supplying ships of the route to India and, later, slaves to the plantation islands in the Mascarenes. European contact and French colonization File:Camora.jpg thumb 250px An 1808 map refers to the islands as "Camora"

, and the major crops of ylang-ylang, vanilla, coffee, cocoa bean, and sisal were introduced. In 1886, Mohéli was placed under French protection by its Sultan Mardjani Abdou Cheikh. That same year, despite


Haight-Ashbury

located in the heart of Haight-Ashbury, the entire hippie community had easy access to drugs which was perceived as a community unifier. Ashbolt, Anthony. "From Haight-Ashbury to Soulful Socialism: Culture and Politics in the Movement." Australasian Journal of American Studies. 3rd ed. Vol. 1. N.p.: Australia and New Zealand American Studies Association, n.d. 28-38. JSTOR. Web. 13 Mar. 2014. The neighborhood's fame reached its peak as it became the haven for a number


Greek military junta of 1967–74

. The civilian government of Adamantios Androutsopoulos, appointed by the second junta under Military Police Brigadier Demetrios Ioannidis, had suddenly vanished from public sight'' While the Cyprus fiasco was due to the actions of Ioannidis, Models of Transitional Justice — A Comparative Analysis Stephen A. Garrett International Studies Association 41st Annual Convention Los Angeles, CA 14–18 March 2000 Quote: ''Perhaps as important


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Addis Ababa

lettertoUNSecretaryGeneral.htm title Letter to U.N. Secretary-General publisher Oromo Studies Association accessdate February 25, 2006 On the other hand, the government maintained that Addis Ababa "has been found inconvenient from the point of view of developing the language, culture and history of the Oromo people."


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