1930 Map of Jewish Communities All Over Africa

1930 Map of Jewish Communities All Over Africa

Source: The Lost Tribes A Myth Suggestions Towards Rewriting Hebrew History (Allen H Godbey) 1930 - pg. 266 This map shows the location of Jewish / Israelite communities scattered all over Africa.
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1741 – The Price of Negro Slaves In West Africa

1741 – The Price of Negro Slaves In West Africa

Source: The London Magazine, and Monthly Chronologer (Princeton University) 1741 - pg. 509-510 Excerpt From Page 509 Cowries, a certain type of seashell is used for money in parts of Asia and Africa. Cowrie (cowry) shells used for decorating apparels, making necklaces and playing dice games. Excerpt From Page 510 In 1740 2,400 Cowries were equal to 1 Rupee. Cowries are valued in West Africa, but specifically Guinea, as much as silver and Gold. There they are called "bougies". Cowries are worn as ornaments in necklaces and bracelets. Cowries are described as white. French merchants in Whydah paid 40 pounds…
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1714 A.D. Commentary Confirms Judaism was the Religion of the Ancient Africans

1714 A.D. Commentary Confirms Judaism was the Religion of the Ancient Africans

Source: For Africa ; Containing What is of Most Use in Bleau, Varenius, Cellarius, Cluverius, Baudrand, Brietius, Sanson, &c. ; With The Discoveries and Improvements of the Best Modern Authors to this Time (etc.): 4 (Nutt, John) 1714 A.D. Note: Page 39 of the source. This source confirms the notion that Judaism has been native to Africa for thousands of years.
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“White” Ethiopians were Dark-Skinned

“White” Ethiopians were Dark-Skinned

Source: Pliny the Elder, The Natural History (Pliny the Elder) 77-79 A.D. From the source, " If we pass through the interior of Africa in a southerly direction, beyond the Gætuli, after having traversed the intervening deserts, we shall find, first of all the Liby- Egyptians1, and then the country where the Leucæthio- pians2 dwell. Beyond3 these are the Nigritæ4, nations of Æthiopia, so called from the river Nigris5, which has been previously mentioned, the Gymnetes6, surnamed Pharusii, and, on the very margin of the ocean, the Perorsi7, whom we have already spoken of as lying on the boundaries of Mauritania. After passing…
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Medieval West, North, and East Africa was Highly Connected

Medieval West, North, and East Africa was Highly Connected

Source: Gold Road Trade Routes Map (Howard University) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. This source completely dispels the myths that "medieval West Africa was not connected to North Africa...". This source destroys the artificial barrier that has been erected to divide "sub-Saharan" Africa from "North Africa".
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In 1874 A.D. , Whydah Traded with the Barbary Coast and Moors

In 1874 A.D. , Whydah Traded with the Barbary Coast and Moors

Source: Ocean Highways The Geographical Review Volume 1 (National Library of the Netherlands) 1874 A.D. Note: Page 456 of the source Note: Page 456 of the source. This source is important because it helps to paint a picture that Ashanti were an extremely active people. They were not just operating in West Africa, but they also had ties in the northern regions of Africa which were at times known as the Barbary Coast. This post should help individuals maintain the idea that it is entirely possible for a group of people to move from the northern regions of Africa to…
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Ancient and Medieval Gao was Connected to North African Coastal Cities

Ancient and Medieval Gao was Connected to North African Coastal Cities

Source: Discovery of the earliest royal palace in Gao and its implications for the history of West Africa (Open Edition Journals) 2012 A.D. From the Discovery source, "The history of Gao has been reconstructed mainly on the basis of the two Tarikhs of Timbuktu. The early days of Gao, however, which were not described conscientiously in these Tarikhs, have been subjected to polemics in many respects. Our excavations in the archaeological sites of Gao Saney and Gao city since 2001 have provided new data that offer an original approach for rewriting the early history of Gao. According to these data, the archaeological site…
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1899 A.D. Commentary About Black Jews having Law of Moses Written Upon Parchment

1899 A.D. Commentary About Black Jews having Law of Moses Written Upon Parchment

Source: Jewish South, Volume 11, Number 11, 24 March 1899 (Virginia Chronicle) 1899 A.D. Note: Page 12 of the source. Note: Page 12 of the source. Note: Page 12 of the source. Note: Page 13 of the source. Note: Page 13 of the source. This source confirms that ancient biblical manuscripts have been found in various places in Africa.
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“Living Sources” Should Not Be Overlooked-Jews Were Under Protection of The Moors In Timbuktu

“Living Sources” Should Not Be Overlooked-Jews Were Under Protection of The Moors In Timbuktu

Source: Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, & Africa: Middle East (Sage Publications) 2012 A.D. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. This source confirms the Jewish presence in all four corners of Africa.
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1889 A.D. Extensive Commentary On Eldad the Danite’s Account

1889 A.D. Extensive Commentary On Eldad the Danite’s Account

Source: The Jewish Quarterly Review Volume 1 (Macmillan) 1889 A.D. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 21 of the source. Note: Page 99 of the source. Note: Page 100 of the source. Note: Page 100 of the source. Note: Page 101 of the source. Note: Page 101 of the source. Note: Page 104 of the source. Note: Page 106 of the source. Note: Page 107 of the source. Note: Page 189 of the source. Note: Page 194 of the source. Note: Page 411 of the source. Note: Page 411 of the source. Note: Page 412 of the source.…
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