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Human nature in American historical thought [by] Merle Curti.


Columbia, University of Missouri Press [1968] .
ISBN , 0826279155

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Subjects EĢtats-Unis -- Historiographie.
Historiography.
Homme.
Human beings.
United States -- Historiography.
United States.
Series Paul Anthony Brick lectures ; 7th ser.
Description ix, 117 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 110-117).
Contents Pt. 1. The internal development of African society -- 1. The origins of African society -- 2. Africa and the ancient civilizations of the Near East and the Mediterranean -- 3. The development of states and trade in the Sudan -- 4. The development of states and trade in Guinea -- 5. States and trade in North-East and Bantu Africa -- Pt. 2. The impact of Islam -- 6. The rise of Islam and the Arab empire in North Africa -- 7. The Muslim states and empires of North Africa -- 8. The advance of Islam in West Africa -- Pt. 3. Africa in the age of European expansion -- 9. The beginnings of European enterprise in Africa -- 10. The first stage of the impact of world trade on tropical Africa: the export slave trade -- 11. West Africa during the slave trade era -- 12. Bantu Africa, c. 1600 to c. 1870 -- 13. The expansion of European power during the nineteenth century, 1: general considerations; West Africa -- 14. The expansion of European power during the nineteenth century, 2: South, East and North Africa -- Pt. 4. Africa in the modern world -- 15. The colonial period, 1: policies in general and colonies of exploitation in particular -- 16. The colonial period, 2: colonies of settlement -- 17. Independence resumed -- 18. Independent Africa, 1: to 1989 / J. D. Fage and William Tordoff -- 19. Independent Africa, 2: from 1990 / William Tordoff.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00001915
(OCoLC)1915
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Curti, Merle 1897-1996.
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