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West Africa

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Tristen Murry

on 21 April 2010

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West Africa
by Laura & Tristen Traditional People Physical Geography Popular Culture Government Visit Constitutional Democracy
Multiparty Republic
Republic
Federal Republic Countries in this region:
Mali, Bernin, Burkina Faso, Gambia,
Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory
Coast, Lerberia, Mauritanai, Niger,
Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo Location:
West Africa
Landforms:
Deserts, Rivers,Forest Climate:
Topical Climates- Dry & hot or Wet & Hot,
The climate is mild further from the equator.
Summer= dry: Winter= rainfall; drier than most African climate zones. Who are they?:
Their ethnic groups are Yorabu, Ibo, Hausa, & Fulani. What are they like?:
They make clothes, pick cotton, crush/ mash wheat, weave, hunt for food, work in industries, & construct building or houses. Issues surviving the modern world would be easy because they have the right tools of surviving in the modern world that we live in. What are these countries like today?:
These people carry various friuts on their
head. Bark on trees is very important to their
local economies. Preserve traditions from generation to generations. A mineral they mine is iron ore. They harvest coaco. During k-6 grade, they are all in one unit. We would like to go to visit this area for seven to ten days to experience what it is like to live there everyday. We would like to see how they survive with what they have. We would like to learn the culture that they follow. We would like to see the beautiful scenery and the animals that live there.
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