By John Middleton
Delivering a accomplished examine the continent of Africa and the nations that include it, this ebook describes its peoples and cultures, track and artwork, alternate and economic climate, vacation trips and fairs, tribal teams, ecology, faith, fossil and skeleton discoveries, the land and its heritage, artwork and structure and everyday life. It examines Africa from prehistoric occasions to the current day.
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Although the northern regions of the Highlands have irregular rainfall, the southwest enjoys regular periods of precipitation. Peasants in the north have grown grains for thousands of years, but these crops were introduced in the south only in the 1800s. In the humid southwest, peasants grow ensete, also known as the false banana tree. They scrape the stems of this tree to produce a dough that they leave in the ground to ferment. Since the 1800s northern peasants have begun to raise cash crops*.
The region boasts some unusual wildlife, including huge frogs that grow up to 3 feet in length. Bioko, the nation’s largest island, is located to the northwest, off the coast of CAMEROON. The island of Annobón is far to the southwest. Both islands are volcanic, with fertile soil, and hot, humid weather. HISTORY, ECONOMY, AND CULTURE The Portuguese were the first Europeans to explore the area that is now Equatorial Guinea. In 1494 an agreement with Spain, the Treaty of Tordesillas, gave Portugal rights to the region.
The government forced many peasants to relocate. In the mid-1980s, nearly 600,000 households were moved to hastily developed, unhealthy sites in the southern Lowlands. By 1988 the government had forced another 12 million people from various places in Ethiopia to settle together in large villages. HISTORY See map in Archaeology and Prehistory (vol. 1). * myrrh substance used in perfume and incense 30 The history of Ethiopia is inseparable from the history of the Horn of Africa, a triangular landmass on the eastern corner of the continent.