Houghton Mifflin Social Studies
Across the Centuries

Lesson at a Glance
Chapter 6, Lesson 1, The Bantu Migration (pp. 136-139)

The Big Idea
Framework Concept: Culture The migration of the Nok people, a Bantu-speaking people, greatly influenced the development of local peoples throughout south and east Africa and created a richly diverse, but related culture.

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