The Five Negro Presidents: According to What White People Said They WereHelga M. Rogers #ad - Maybe barack Obama was not the first.
From Superman to Man 1917#ad - 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. Its breadth of scholastic research, its selection and concentration of matter are as amazing as its wealth of information. 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 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 is a vindication of the American Negro; a significant contribution to interracial literature in more ways than one.
From Superman to Man 1917 #ad - His research spanned the academic fields of history, sociology and anthropology. He challenged prevailing ideas about race, demonstrated the connections between civilizations, and traced African achievements. 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.
Joel augustus rogers 1880 -- 1966 was a jamaican-american author, journalist, and historian who contributed to the history of Africa and the African diaspora, especially the history of African Americans in the United States.
Nature Knows No Color-Line: Research into the Negro Ancestry in the White RaceHelga M. Rogers #ad - Classic work of black study refuting scientific racism.
The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States 1842#ad - Jones made, adapted to prepare the way, to the consciences of Christians in the South, as rapidly as any other preparatory measures, for the ultimate breaking of all the fetters of bondage and letting the oppressed and captive go free. Mr. To the former he says: "we cannot cry out against papists for withholding the Scriptures from the common people, if we withhold the Bible from our servants, and keep them in ignorance of its saving truths, which we certainly do whilst we will not provide ways and means of having it read and explained to them.
Appeals, such as Mr. In 2005, historian erskine clarke published dwelling Place: A Plantation Epic based on an even larger collection of Jones family correspondence, it won a Bancroft Prize 2006. Mr. He served as pastor of the first presbyterian church of savannah, georgia 1831–32, columbia, South Carolina, returned to missionary work in 1839, 1835–38, Professor of church history and polity at Columbia Theological Seminary, and was again Professor at Columbia Seminary 1847–50.
The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States 1842 #ad - He spent the remainder of his life supervising his three plantations, Arcadia, Montevideo, and Maybank, while continuing his evangelization of slaves.1804 –1863 was a presbyterian clergyman, and planter of Liberty County, missionary, educator, Georgia. While in the north, jones agonized over the morality of owning slaves, but he returned to Liberty County to become a planter and a missionary to slaves.
Jones, the author of this volume, had for years manifested a deep interest in the religious improvement of his colored fellow-men.
The Jew a Negro: Being a Study of the Jewish Ancestry from an Impartial Standpoint 1910#ad - 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, published an entire book arguing that ‘the Jew of to-day is essentially Negro in habits, physical peculiarities and tendencies. In rare cases,. 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.
Many choose to identify themselves as Hebrew Israelites or Black Hebrews rather than Jews in order to indicate their claimed historic connections. Black hebrews adhere in varying degrees to the religious beliefs and practices of both Christianity and Judaism. In the mid-1980s, 000 and 40, the number of Black Hebrews in the United States was between 25, 000.
The Jew a Negro: Being a Study of the Jewish Ancestry from an Impartial Standpoint 1910 #ad - 6 in the 1990s, the alliance of black jews which is no longer operating estimated that there were 200, 000 African-American Jews; this estimate was based on a 1990 survey conducted by the Council of Jewish Federations. Abernethy — a preacher, and rustic journalist — sought to demonstrate through ‘ethnology’ and ‘Scriptural proofs’ how ‘the Jew of to-day, as well as his ancestors in other times, professor, is the kinsman and descendant of the Negro.
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 Real Facts About EthiopiaBlack 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.
The Story of Moors in SpainMusaicum Books #ad - The Story of Moors in Spain #ad - This ebook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. In 711 the islamic moors of arab and berber descent in north Africa crossed the Strait of Gibraltar onto the Iberian Peninsula, and in a series of raids they conquered Visigothic Christian Hispania and founded the first Muslim countries in Europe.
Contents:the last of the gothsthe wave of conquestthe people of andalusiaa young PretenderThe Christian MartyrsThe Great KhalifThe Holy WarThe City of the KhalifThe Prime MinisterThe Berbers in PowerMy Cid the ChallengerThe Kingdom of GranadaThe Fall of GranadaBearing the Cross.
The Black Man, the Father of Civilization Proven by Biblical History#ad - Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web.
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 - Even Mr. 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, the son of Noah: history of the Black kingdoms of Ghana, Melle, Songhay and Hansas, 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. Considerable space will be given to the black kingdoms of Soudan and the high degree of civilization which was found to exist among them before the arrival of white explorers.
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 - The following are some of the kingdoms to which reference will be made at some length: namely: Ghana, Melle, Songhay and Hansas. 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.
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. The average historian has not considered the ancient history of the black man of sufficient importance to claim his attention.
The masses of the american negro have been deprived of the opportunity of obtaining an adequate knowledge of the past history of the black man.