What are African tribal leaders?
A traditional tribal chief is the leader of a tribe, or the head of a tribal form of self-government. more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribal_chief
The Europeans purchased the African slaves from other Africans, kings or tribal leaders.
If that tribal leader had battle prisoners that he wanted to get rid of then he could sell them to the Europeans for money
yes only Sioux men became tribal leaders. they became tribal leaders because they had to do a lot of brave deeds and earn a lot of feathers to become a tribal leader.
It depends on which tribal African language you are talking about.
The Africans took no place in the Berlin conference. There were 14 European nations there but no African tribal leaders were present.
lobola is the translation for dowry in tribal African wording
A tribal leader is called a chief. Some tribes choose to have multiple male leaders, in this case the leaders are often called kings.
There are no more tribal leaders of Nomad because there are no longer any tribes. When there were tribes, the group would be led by a chief or a council of elders.
There is no"typical African tribal community" - their religions and communities are as diverse as the many peoples of Africa.
They were hereditary tribal chiefs and princelings.
There are no limits to where you can find beautiful African tribal music. You may find authentic CDs from Africa for example available on the internet.
African leaders hoped for independence after fighting the Germans.
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To effectively answer this question it behoves that we first note the differences between African Leaders (especially Sub Saharan) and the 'Others'. In Africa tribal chieftaincy gains its teeth from the populace, who view every aspect of life from tribal considerations. Since no African leader anticipates a win in any election without the majority of votes coming their way from their tribes, this makes them tribal chieftains, and actually the pseudo-nationalists they claim not to… Read More
I've never heard of an African Tribal Assembly (named as such) . There are over 7,000 tribes across Africa and they all have different kinds gatherings and events you could call assemblies. Each would be according to their individual tribal customs.
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By Tribal Law.
tribal(native) The major religion for black people in America is not tribal. "Tribal" isn't a religion. I'm black and most of us are Baptists, Methodists or Muslim.
The British ruled through tribal leaders. The existence and structure of the tribal system was preserved and strengthened by this approach.
Slavery, though still existing in a variety of ways, was a common, global practice when the colonists arrived. Economics is one reason: the colonists actually DID believe that African Blacks are the best workforce for picking cotton, tobacco and sugar cane. And the African tribal leaders were offering this free workforce at an insanely cheap price.
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The tribe's witch doctor.
Many of the indigenous peoples that were enslaved, at various periods of time, shared the same race as their slavers. For example, on the African continent it can be shown at times that inter-tribal prisoners of war were sold to foreign slave owners. Their tribe leaders.
The Family is the most important group of people in African tribes.
Some African tribes sing there music nude, with the ladies and the gentlemen dancing together
Paladins are leaders to the troops. They help your troops and raise the morale of your troops.
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Most of the time they where bought or bartered from tribal chiefs. The traders themselves did not do the capturing very often.
They argued that African leaders were violent dictators and needed to be overthrown.
Christians are 29% Islam 20% and the rest African tribal.
On the tribal basis, with a chief, then warriors etc.
Navajo leaders lived among their tribes much like all tribal leaders, in the south western desert area of North America
the western african leaders of 2013
There were no East African civilizations at the time of the first European visitors, East African people were tribal, and mostly nomadic.
Who were the tribal leaders of India
3. political boundaries imposed by Europeans that had little relationship to African tribal boundaries
African leaders encourage people to feel pride about being African so that they can have nationalism. The leaders feel that Africans should have the right to vote and gain rights. This later then leads to Pan-Africanism, which is a belief that all Africans should work together for rights and freedoms.
Almost all new African leaders faced diversity and cultural differences in their peoples. Many African countries are populated by 3-4 diverse groups.
Totem poles were memorials honoring dead ancestors and showed the heritage of tribal leaders.
Tribal leaders, who received common consent from all the people to lead them.
i think African art has bright colours and tribal things on where as American is more modern (ithink)
African tribal masks were found by early 1800's pioneers and archaeologists. They often collected the masks of sold them for profit.
African Americans joined the Labor Unions.
William Watson has written: 'Tribal cohesion in a money economy' -- subject(s): Mambwe (African people), Social conditions, Tribes and tribal system
African masks symbolize the spirit of the African ancestors. African masks were also used to show that they belonged to a certain tribe. African masks can ward/scare of other tribes and they are also used in tribal festivals/dances.
why did the expanding slave trade encourage African leaders to go to war with each other
In 1860 there were few African Americans who were leaders. It wasn't like it is today. They had no political power and couldn't vote.
The Anaszi do have a leader. Each Anasazi village had 10 to 20 people in it including the leader.
Traditional African music influences rap, hip~hop, pop, and rock music. The use of drums and a steady beat comes from African tribal music.