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Mexican Moor History

Qouting Dr. Aisha Khan author of Islam and the Americas (New World Diasporas): “The Spanish conquistador Hernon Cortez arrived in Mexico in 1519 and referred to

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The Works of Sallust

“From the plains of Catabathmos, (which are the Boundaries separating Egypt from Africa) following the Sea-coast, the first City is that of Cyene, a Greek

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The Wars of Justinian

  “…nations settled in Libya before the Moors, who on account of having been established there from ancient times were called autochthonous. Because of this,

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Pride of Carthage

“The army was a mixed company made up partly of the veterans stationed at New Carthage, with some Iberians from the southern tribes, completed by

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Culture and Customs of Ghana

  “The religous identity of Muslims is more easily ascertained by their outward appearance and actions than that of Christians. Their dress, suh as agbada

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Moors of North America

“Turf-built Cots” 277 turf-covered gamine, or cota* of the Lapps, and its architecture is visibly the … In short, these turf-built wigwams are the dwellings of the Scoto-Picts, or Egyptian Moors, whether we look at these people in their latest

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Fortunes of Africa

“Whatever kind of trade with Africa was involved, European governments sought to benefit by granting national monopolies to commercial companies venturing there. In 1618, England’s

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Moors In Colonial Louisiana

“When the African slave trade to Lousiana began, the Company of the Indies’ control over its Senegal concession was weak and was challenged by African

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Moors In The New World

“In 1494, a Papal decision, followed by the Treaty of Tordesillas, had already divided Morocco into a Spanish and a Portuguese sphere of influence (

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English Institutions And The American Moor

James Alton James (17 September 1864, Jefferson, Wisconsin – 12 February 1962, Evanston, Illinois) was a United States educator and historian. He spent two years at the Platteville Normal School, and then, after

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