The Real Facts About Ethiopia

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Black Classic Books #ad - Rogers critically examines the ethiopians, their history, and geopolitical conditions and provides a backdrop for understanding the Italian aggression against Ethiopia in 1936.

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Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization BCP Pamphlet Series

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Black Classic Press #ad - In this essay, jackson discusses the ancient Ethiopians and their widespread influence on the early history of civilization.

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From Superman to Man 1917

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#ad - Its breadth of scholastic research, its selection and concentration of matter are as amazing as its wealth of information. Joel augustus rogers 1880 -- 1966 was a jamaican-american author, and historian who contributed to the history of Africa and the African diaspora, journalist, especially the history of African Americans in the United States.

. He challenged prevailing ideas about race, demonstrated the connections between civilizations, and traced African achievements. His research spanned the academic fields of history, sociology and anthropology. He was one of the greatest popularizers of African history in the 20th century. From superman to man" is a stirring story, faithful to truth and helpful to a better understanding and feeling.

In the program of the broadest education of the races and the promotion of social concord and co-operation this volume should be in every library and home of the country. In his absorbing story we see the souls, of the white and darker worlds groping and struggling toward the better day of peace and good understanding between the races.

From Superman to Man 1917 #ad - The book is well written and the skillful management of materials shows not only the author's mastery of his subject, but his knowledge of the technique of the literary art. From superman to man is a vindication of the American Negro; a significant contribution to interracial literature in more ways than one.

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History of the Black Man: an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham the son of Noah 1921

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#ad - Joseph julius Jackson, D. D. Was an african-american preacher and head of the Baptist Aged Ministers' Home and Theological Seminary, in Bellefontaine, Ohio. In 1921 after considerable expense and with much labor and research he published the book “The History of the Black Man” which covers an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham, Songhay and Hansas, Melle, the son of Noah: history of the Black kingdoms of Ghana, and the early American Negro.

In introducing his book jackson notes that “it is very essential that every race should possess a correct knowledge of its own past history. A better knowledge of the contribution of the black man to civilization will cause us to have a better opinion of ourselves. At considerable expense and with much labor and research, the writer has succeeded in collecting what he considers a great deal of valuable information, which he has placed in this little book and given to the public at a cost within the reach of everyone who desires valuable information upon the past and present history of the black man.

History of the Black Man: an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham the son of Noah 1921 #ad - Much space will be given to the history of the American negro, 1619 to the present date. Other books by this author include: A compendium of historical facts of the early African Baptist churches. A lack of historical knowledge of ourselves has been the means of lessening of our race pride. It will also be shown that spain was ruled by a black dynasty of Africa for more than half a century, 1086-1147.

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100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof: A Short Cut to The World History of The Negro

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Helga M. Rogers #ad - Classic collection of black history and trivia.

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Unmistakably Black: Sculpture and Paintings From The World's First Civilisation Egypt Only

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Pomegranate Publishing #ad - They are shown with a no-nonsense commentary from anthro-photo-journalist Anu M'Bantu. Sculpture and paintings of the ancient Egyptians that are rarely seen in textbooks. From the world's first civilisation and they are unmistakably Black! .

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The Five Negro Presidents: According to What White People Said They Were

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Helga M. Rogers #ad - Maybe barack Obama was not the first.

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The Jew a Negro: Being a Study of the Jewish Ancestry from an Impartial Standpoint 1910

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#ad - Arthur T. Abernethy, the jew a negro argued that ancient Jews had thoroughly mixed with neighboring African peoples, leaving little significant difference between the Jewish and Negro types. He was elected to the american Association for the Advancement of Science and became the poet laureate of North Carolina.

Abernethy’s 1910 book “the jew a negro” has been analyzed by numerous modern authors studying race relations in earlier times in America. For example, the 2006 “jewish roots in southern Soil: A New History” notes:“One southern writer, the North Carolina minister Arthur T. Abernethy — a preacher, professor, as well as his ancestors in other times, and rustic journalist — sought to demonstrate through ‘ethnology’ and ‘Scriptural proofs’ how ‘the Jew of to-day, is the kinsman and descendant of the Negro.

The Jew a Negro: Being a Study of the Jewish Ancestry from an Impartial Standpoint 1910 #ad - Black hebrew israelites also called black Hebrews, African Hebrew Israelites, and Hebrew Israelites are groups of Black Americans who believe that they are descendants of the ancient Israelites. The exact number of Black Hebrews within that surveyed group remains unspecified. Other works by abernathy include:moonshine: Being Appalachia's Arabian NightsDid Washington Aspire to be King?Mechanics and Practice of the Electric Telegraph.

Abernethy, published an entire book arguing that ‘the Jew of to-day is essentially Negro in habits, physical peculiarities and tendencies. In rare cases,.

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Your History: From Beginning of Time to the Present

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Ravenio Books #ad - The historian J. A. Rogers 1880 – 1966 was one of the greatest popularizers of African history in the 20th century.

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The Jews of Africa 1920

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#ad - From his wide reading, relating to the history of the Jews in Africa, Mr. In the meantime, despite all their troubles, they managed to provide for their poor, although heavily taxed by every official who could legally or illegally oppress them financially. Sidney mendelssohn 18??-1917 had been a diamond merchant in South Africa.

. The ghettoes, know little of the gideons of Semen, of Dhu Nuwas of the Yemen, ancient and modern, or of Bar Cochba of Palestine. Lower page numbers allow the book to be sold at reduced price. Mendelssohn compiled the information contained in his 1920 book “The Jews of Africa. ”. In these pages mendelssohn endeavoured to compile a narrative of a great part of what has occurred to the Jews of Africa in the eighteen and a half centuries which have elapsed since Titus did his best to erase the Jews as a political race from the face of the earth.

Even at their funerals, the Jews were attacked by boys who were not hindered from throwing stones and using every kind of maledictory expression. Probably not one jew in fifty thousand ever heard of the Jewish kings of Abyssinia or the Yemen or of many of the other romantic and perhaps somewhat legendary heroes whom Israel has mustered since the beginning of the Christian era.

The Jews of Africa 1920 #ad - Few of them—at all events of late years—have heard of Sabbathai Zevi, of David Ahoy, or of the other great Jews who did their best in the early centuries and in far distant climes to help their brethren. A word search can be done with the Kindle version which is free with purchase of paperback, making an index unnecessary.

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Nature Knows No Color-Line: Research into the Negro Ancestry in the White Race

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Helga M. Rogers #ad - Classic work of black study refuting scientific racism.

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