The Human Species By Armand de Quatrefages

The Human Species By Armand de Quatrefages

“Amongst the Whites there are entire populations, whose skin is as black as that of the darkest Negro. I shall only quote the Bishareen and other tribes inhabiting the African coasts of the Red Sea, the black Moors of Senegal, etc. On the other hand, there are yellow Negroes, as the Bosjesmans, who are the colour of light mahogany, or of cafe au lait, as Lingstone tells us.” See Page 48

“M. Simonot has noticed natives of Senegambia, “who combine a perfectly black skin, with all the characteristic forms of the Moor, even at all ages.” According to him, these black Moors are a mixed race. If this the case, it must at least be recognized that the white blood predominates considerably, since all the forms belong to this type. In or that the color of the Negro should be persistent, in spite of this profound semetic influence, local action of the conditions of life, must have neutralized the ordinary laws of the mixture of races, and united the color of one race with the features and forms of another. If this conclusion requires confirmation, the facts quoted by Prosper Lucas will be sufficient.” Page 265 “

“He treats of unions between Negroes and White accomplished in Europe. In the same family, we find that black blood predominates at first, then lose its influence, and by degrees become effaced almost entirely in the children of the later generations. In one of these observations, the mother belonged to the black race; so that infidelity was unable to effect any change in the conditions of the experiment. It was then the conditions of kife which gradually blanched these half breeds, who would all have been black upon the borders of Senegal.” Page 265 “

El Aemer El Mujaddid

American born Moor, Author, History Researcher, Modernist, 720 Entrepreneur/ Corporate Mogul in the making; who observes & analyzes human nature for data mining purposes. Knowing is Half the Battle, Wisdom is needed for appropriate application of knowledge and right reasoning.

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