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Central African Region

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David Laramore

on 21 April 2010

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Central Africa
By David and Ben Physical Geography Countires:
Central African Republic
Sao Tome and Principe
Democratic Republic of the Congo Landforms:
Lake Chad
Ruwenzori Mountains
Desert Scrub Central AFrica Climate:
AverageTemp. 80 degrees F
Over 80 inches rain/year
Some places have 150 inches rain/year
No dry seasons except for Chad and Southern Democratic Republic of Congo

Traditional People Tribes Tribes: Fang and Mbuti Fangs:
Came from the Savanna Grassland
800s the Fang Settled in Northern Cameroon
1520 The Portugues set up slave-tradin ports in Cameroon, in slaving the Fangs
1800 Fang begin to migrate south of the Sanaga River, into Southern Cameroon, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea Mbuti:
Live in the Ituri Rain Forest
Short because if they were tall it would be hard to move around the rain forest when hunting
Caveman like, yet civilized
Have closely associated groups of farmers living nearby
They were used to do forced labor in mines, on food buildings and roads. Goverment Chad: Multiparty Republic
Congo: Republic
Cameroon: Republic
Central Africa Republic: Republic
Gabon: Multiparty Presidential Regime
Congo(D.R.O.): Dictatorship Referances Hall Derick, Nations and Personalities, New York, Peoples and Cultures of Africa, 2006 Wilkons Darryl, Beer Amy-Jane, New York, Peoples and Culture of Africa, 2006
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