ORGANIZATION OF AFRICAN SOCIETIES.
Despite the high amount of decentralization of African communities in the 19th c , there existed a few who were centralized. For example, Buganda, Ethiopia, Buganda, Asante, Mandinka, Ndebele and shona among others.
The Establishment and Impact of Omani Rule at the East African Coast
Introduction to the Slave Trade in East Africa
Portuguese Administration at the coast
The collapse of Portuguese rule
Introduction to the coming of the Portuguese
The Coming of Arabs to East Africa by 650AD
Contacts between East Africa and the Outside World Up To the 19th Century
The East African coast
The existing documentaries and archaeological evidence about the historical information on the east African coast include;
Industrial Revolution in Europe
The scientific Revolution
Industrialization in Britain
Industrialization in the third world countries (South Africa, Brazil, India)
Development of Industry
Industry is defined as the skill of making other products from raw materials. It involves extraction and processing into finished products of raw materials
Early Sources of Energy.
Emergence of selected world industrial powers
Early Agriculture in Africa
In Africa, agriculture first spread to Egypt along the Nile valley, where it was practiced as early as 700BC.