Commentary on the Myriad of Hebrewisms of West Africa

Source: Hebrewisms Of West Africa From Nile To Nigar With The Jews : Joseph J. Williams (Internet Archive) 1930 A.D.

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Note: Page 37 of the source.

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Note: Page 41 of the source.

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Note: Page 60 of the source.

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Note: Page 61 of the source.

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Note: Page 64 of the source.

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Note: Page 65 of the source.

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Note: Page 66 of the source.

ashanti
Note: Page 80 of the source.

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Note: Page 80 of the source.
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Note: Page 80 of the source.

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Note: Page 81 of the source.

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Note: Page 81 of the source.

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Note: Page 82 of the source.

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Note: Page 82 of the source.

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Note: From the source.

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Note: Page 83 of the source.

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Note: Page 98 of the source.

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Note: Page 214 of the source.

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Note: Page 215 of the source.

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Note: Page 244 of the source.

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Note: Page 244 of the source.

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Note: Page 245 of the source.

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Note: Page 294 of the source.

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Note: Page 296 of the source.

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Note: Page 296 of the source.

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Note: Page 298 of the source.

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Note: Page 299 of the source.

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Note: Page 299 of the source.

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Note: Page 313 of the source.

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Note: Page 313 of the source.

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Note: Page 314 of the source.

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Note: Page 314 of the source.

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Note: Page 315 of the source.

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Note: Page 315 of the source.

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Note: Page 320 of the source.

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Note: Page 320 of the source.

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Note: Page 320 of the source.

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Note: Page 321 of the source.

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Note: Page 326 of the Hebrewisms source.


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Note: Page 331 of the source.

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Note: Page 342 of the source.

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Note: Page 342 of the source.

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Note: Page 343 of the source.

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Note: Page 355 of the source.

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Note: Page 356 of the source.

This source provides extensive observations on various peoples, specifically on the Ashanti, in Africa with Hebraic customs. This source is important because it describes the Ashanti as being a race of conquerors which can be used to indicate that they are not native to West Africa and that other peoples observed their migration and conquering.

This source also touches upon biblical concepts such as Tarshish and how West Africa possible was a part of it, “white Ethiopians” who were most likely light skinned black peoples like the Fulani and Peul, and that the Ashanti are not of Islamic origins so it impossible to attribute their ancient near eastern customs to Islamic feedback.

By Truth Ministries

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