The Spanish Conquest in America: and its Relation to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies: Volume I

"As to the Canary islands "Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Moors, Genoese, Normans, Portuguese, and Spaniards of every province (Aragonese, Castilians, Galicians, Biscayans, Andalusians) have all made their appearance, in these islands.* The. Carthaginians…

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“Moor” originally meant “Westerner” not “Black”, “Negro” or “Colored”

There is "no reason" to believe that the people who called themselves "Mauri" assumed their native name from foreigners ("Europeans, Romans nor Greeks") as many "Black American" or "African American"…

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