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N39 C27 Freed, Mark. “Preliminary Bibliography of Best-Known Black Appalachian Musicians.” Black Music Research Journal 24.1, 2004: 91-168. Formed a large militarized state under Shaka in the 1810s; lost its independence as a result of the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879. Covering almost one-third of the continent, the Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world at approximately 3,500,000 sq. miles (9,065,000 sq. km) in total size. A significant amount of Pan-African support at the highest levels of African governments has been a hallmark of the continent since the independence of Ghana in 1957.

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