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  1. AIDS education for African-American and white school children in one state: African-American students received less.: An article from: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology by Rusell Eisenman, 2002-03-01
  2. African Tales.(Book Review): An article from: Folklore by Ruth Finnegan, 2006-04-01
  3. Manual of Egyptian Archeology by Gaston CamilleCharles Maspero, 2008-02-04
  4. Uncommon Ground, Archeology & Early African America 1650-1800, by Leland, Ferguson, 1992
  5. Black Magic: Religion and the African-American Conjuring Tradition.(Book Review): An article from: Folklore by Michael Pickering, 2005-08-01
  6. The Weans by robert nathan, 1966
  7. Cento Objets Disparus / One Hundre Missing Objects : Pillage En Afrique / Looting in Africa by Rosemary Andrade, Ndeonika Manang, 1997
  8. The intensive survey of area B of the Johnson State Office Building project: African-American historic occupation in Austin, Texas (Archeology series) by James William Karbula, 2000
  9. An Ethnoarchaeological Analysis of Human Functional Dynamics in the Volta Basin of Ghana: Before and After the Akosombo Dam (Mellen Studies in Archeology) by Emmanuel Kofi Agorsah, 2004-02
  10. For the City Yet to Come: Changing African Life in Four Cities.(Book Review): An article from: Journal of Cultural Geography by Garth Myers, 2005-09-22
  11. The pursuit of postsecondary education: a comparison of first nations, African, Asian, and European Canadian Youth.(Report): An article from: Canadian Review of Sociology by Victor Thiessen, 2009-02-01
  12. Olorgesailie: Archeological Studies of a Middle Pleistocene Lake Basin in Kenya (Prehistoric Archeology and Ecology) by Glynn Llywelyn Isaac, Barbara Isaac, 1977-06
  13. Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales.(Book Review): An article from: Marvels & Tales by Jessica Tiffin, 2005-10-01
  14. "We're Rooted Here and They Can't Pull Us up": Essays In African Canadian Women's History. (book reviews): An article from: The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology by Christina Simmons, 1996-02-01

1. WWW VL African Archaeology
The african archaeology portal, part of the WWW Virtual Library all the web sites relating to african archaeology are listed here
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@import "work.css"; the World Wide Web Library of AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGY The African-Archaeology.Net web site has developed from the " Anthropology Resources on the Internet " (ARI) directory specialising in Anthropology. It was started by Allen Lutins in 1995. It has been felt for some time the african archaeology resources listed in ARI would benefit from a specific web resource bringing together the information gathered for the last few years and stored under various topics headings. WWW VL UK archaeology online WWW VL Archaeology WWW VL Anthropology
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2. Gary Haynes - Anthropology | University Of Nevada, Reno
African Archeology Archeology Theory North American Archeology Peoples and Cultures of Africa Peopling of the Americas Zooarcheology Environmental Archeology
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I have been involved for 30 years in studies of Clovis-era megafauna, the enigmatic end-Pleistocene extinctions, the wide variability to be found in archeological assemblages, and the complex paleoenvironmental changes of the Late Glacial interval. The studies have been archeological, taphonomic, actualistic, and analytical in nature. I have published three books and over 100 scientific papers on the topics. My primary fieldwork continues annually in southern Africa, where I have been carrying out actualistic studies of elephants for a quarter century. I am also closely collaborating with African scientists to learn more about the changing Pleistocene-Holocene paleoenvironments of northwestern Zimbabwe and the complexities of human prehistory in that part of the continent. As President of INQUA's Commission on Humans and the Biosphere, I have facilitated international cross-disciplinary research projects to study long-distance dispersal by the genus

3. African Archaeology
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4. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PRE-COLONIAL AFRICA:
It is largely about the individuals, institutions, and trends involved in African archeology, and seems a bit out of place with the other largely descriptive
http://web.africa.ufl.edu/asq/v2/v2i1a7.htm
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PRE-COLONIAL AFRICA: ARCHEOLOGY, HISTORY, LANGUAGES, CULTURE, AND ENVIRONMENTS. JOSEPH O. VOGEL, ED. WALNUT CREEK, CA: ALTAMIRA PRESS, A DIVISION OF SAGE PUBLICATION, 1997, 605 pp., cloth $124.95.
Joseph Vogel's edited volume is a welcome compendium of topics on pre-colonial Africa. It brings together an impressive array of authors, topics, and ideas that will allow the book to serve as a reference for those needing to venture outside their specializations on Africa. African history can suffer from the same problem that other colonized areas experience in the minds of many, that is the assumption that its history starts with colonialism because a comparative abundance of records from that era exists. This volume, then, serves the wider purpose of bringing, in an easily accessible way, some balance to this problem. The encyclopedia format is useful, not so much for ease of reference, but for the shorter pieces contained in the volume, allowing a much more amplified breadth than would otherwise be possible. After a fairly comprehensive introduction, the book is organized into five sections dealing with African environments, histories of research, technology, people and agriculture, and the prehistory of Africa. Regrettably, the shortest section is on African environments. It covers an enormous range of time and space in too few pages. Given the large interest in various disciplinary communities with the type and extent of vegetation zones existing prior to recorded history, it is surprising that this topic is given such short treatment.

5. African Archaeology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The continent of Africa has the longest record of human activity of any part of the world and along with its geographical extent, it contains an enormous archaeological resource.
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African archaeology
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The continent of Africa has the longest record of human activity of any part of the world and along with its geographical extent, it contains an enormous archaeological resource. Scholars have studied Egyptology for centuries but archaeologists have only paid serious attention to the rest of the continent in more recent times.
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The earliest evidence of archaeological activity anywhere comes from the Great Rift Valley sites of East Africa such as Olduvai Gorge in modern-day Tanzania . It is thought that the earliest hominids evolved in Olduvai or somewhere similar around 4 million years ago. They are known as australopithecines and fossils of them include the famous Lucy . The first, crude Oldowan stone tools produced there were made as long as 2.5 million years ago by the later homo habilis . Around a million years later, Developed Oldowan and then Acheulian industries produced more advanced handaxes made by homo erectus . Archaeological study of this era was pioneered by people such as Louis Leakey and his family and has centered on the earliest development of tool use, fire and diet in hominid societies. Sites such as

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7. Archaeo-Africa
Offers information from research programs in Namibia and the eastern Sahara. Includes images, profiles and preservation data.
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8. Laurent Gbagbo Facebook
In 1980, he became Director of the Institute of History, Art, and African Archeology at the a href= /pages/w/115172998497738 University of Abidjan /a .
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9. Gale - Free Resources - Black History - Activities - African Archeology
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10. Mousterian: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
The term Middle Stone Age is used as an equivalent or a synonym for the Middle Paleolithic in African archeology. The Middle Paleolithic and the Middle Stone Age
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Discussion Ask a question about ' Mousterian Start a new discussion about ' Mousterian Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Mousterian is a name given by archaeologists to a style of predominantly flint tools (or industry Archaeological industry An archaeological industry is the name given to a consistent range of assemblages connected with a single product, such as the Langdale axe industry...
) associated primarily with Homo neanderthalensis Neanderthal The Neanderthal or ; also spelled Neandertal) is an extinct member of the Homo genus that is known from Pleistocene specimens found in Europe and parts of western and central Asia...
and dating to the Middle Paleolithic Middle Paleolithic The Middle Paleolithic is the second subdivision of the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age as it is understood in Europe, Africa and Asia. The term Middle Stone Age is used as an equivalent or a synonym for the Middle Paleolithic in African archeology. The Middle Paleolithic and the Middle Stone Age...
, the middle part of the Old Stone Age Stone Age The Stone Age is a broad prehistoric period during which humans widely used stone for toolmaking.Stone tools were made from a variety of different sorts of stone. For example, flint and chert were shaped for use as cutting tools and weapons, while basalt and sandstone were used for ground stone...

11. African Diaspora Archaeology Network, African American Archaeology
African Diaspora Archaeology Network, African American Archaeology, African American Cultures and History, Historical Archaeology
http://www.diaspora.uiuc.edu/
Welcome to the website for the African Diaspora Archaeology Network ("ADAN"). The ADAN provides a focal point for archaeological and interdisciplinary studies of African diasporas, with news, current research, information and links to other web resources related to the archaeology and history of descendants of African peoples. Through this engagement with African diasporas, the ADAN seeks to connect an intellectual community that considers the historical processes of culture, economics, gender, power, and racialization operating within and upon African descendant communities. We publish a quarterly online Newsletter, with essays, analysis papers, project reports, announcements, book reviews, and news updates, that serve a readership of several thousand stakeholders, researchers, and educators across the globe. You can navigate within this web site by clicking on the subjects on the world map displayed at the top of each menu page. In addition to the many collaborating researchers who participate in this network, this internet resource and quarterly Newsletter are edited by Chris Fennell and hosted by the Department of African American Studies and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
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12. Laas Gaa'l | Ask.com Encyclopedia
^The Journal of African Archeology Volume 1.2 (2003) Chapter 3 ^ The Journal of African Archeology Volume 1.2 (2003) Chapter 3 ^ Places That Don't Exist Documentary series, episode 1
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13. Gale Schools - Black History Month - Activities - African Archeology
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Introduce early African civilizations and have groups of students gather facts about such African achievements and civilizations as these:
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14. Laurent Gbagbo (president Of Cote D'Ivoire) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Following his release, he joined the faculty at the University of Abidjan’s Institute of History, Art, and African Archeology in 1974 while simultaneously earning a doctorate
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15. African Archeology
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17. South African Archeology Facebook
Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about South African Archeology, a collection of shared knowledge concerning South African Archeology.
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19. Laurent Gbagbo: Information From Answers.com
He was imprisoned (197173) for subversive teaching, then worked as a researcher at the Institute of History, Art, and African Archeology at the Univ. of Abidjan (1974-82
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20. African Archeology | LegendsGuide.com
White stags have long been associated with mythology and legend, an elusive yet magnificent beast. King Arthur was left frustrated by his attempts to capture one, as were the
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