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The Evolutionary Purpose of Black Slavery By Stephen Ebanks
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This short but intriguing ebook has been written from the view of an observer in time. History, science, spirituality and ethics are consciously applied within for the black or white reader to love... More > the human race and to see this episode of slavery with a new perspective. The reader will certainly take on new ideals or “spiritual concepts” in why black slavery happened. This ebook was written in a clinical format so that both races will be honoured for their racial pros and cons.. A very inexpensive but much needed read.. Download today.< Less
The Planters of Colonial Virginia By Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker (February 6, 1879 - April 22, 1966)... More > was a leading American historian and Edwards Professor of American History at Princeton University. Born in Charlottesville, Virginia, he received his bachelor's and doctoral degrees from the University of Virginia, gaining a reputation for his doctoral dissertation, Patrician and Plebeian in Virginia (1910), followed by Virginia Under the Stuarts (1914), and his master work, The Planters of Colonial Virginia (1922).In 1910, Princeton President Woodrow Wilson brought him there as a preceptor. Wertenbaker was a member of the history department for 37 years and its chairman from 1928 to 1936. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_J._Wertenbaker< Less
The Curse of Glenn Hall: Chains and Slavery (Book Four) By Michael St. John
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There is one benefit money cannot buy in 19th century Jamaica - respect. Ned is a free coloured who finds himself suffering from discrimination because of the shade of his skin. Using his wealth to... More > try to fight the legal and social barriers erected against members of his race he comes into conflict with his white relatives. However his black family members grow wary of their oppression on the accursed plantation of Glenn Hall. With the slave trade abolished, its sombre shadow continues to stalk the land, calling forth an age of decadence and depravity as the sugar colonies decline – revolt is no longer a whimsical idea. This story is the fourth and final instalment of ‘The Curse of Glenn Hall’ saga. The first three books in the series are ‘War and Piracy’, ‘A Man And A Brother’, and ‘The Planter’s Chain’.< Less
Their Destiny in Natal - The Story of a Colonial Family of the Indian Ocean By Georges Védie
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In 1877 Hippolyte and Pauline Lavoipierre arrived at the British Colony of Natal in South Africa. With limited capital and some experience gained in Mauritius Hippolyte set about establishing himself... More > as a sugar planter in the Inanda District, then the developing agricultural heart of the colony. They also came burdened with a number of family secrets. This book examines the couple’s complex Franco-Mauritian backgrounds from their origins in France, their grandfathers and fathers experiences in the various colonies of India, Mauritius and the Seychelles and their own struggle to make a success of their lives in Natal. It examines the roles of trade, slavery and indentured labour in their ventures and in the development of 19th century Mauritius and Natal. The surprising disregard of conventions in conservative colonial societies, the financial risks of plantation agriculture and the hidden issue of miscegenation come to light through the experiences of a particular family.< Less
THE FORGOTTEN HOLOCAUST--The Roots of Colonialism Deadlocks By Leopold Baly
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Over 15 yrs of research finally comes together in a masterful interpretation Leopold Baly has named “The Forgotten Holocaust”, shedding light on centuries of being kept in the dark about... More > French colonialism in the Caribbean. Boldly denouncing all those responsible for a history of exploitations, injustices, and horrific abuses on human rights. Their impact on the past, present and future of his homeland, St.Martin.< Less
PRE-COLONIAL AFRICAN HISTORY OF AMERICA By CHRISTOPHER MUFUDZI MTETWA-CHIRONDA
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The concept of an African education system managed and control by non-Africans resulted in slavery, colonialism, the denial of education and the mass indoctrination of generations of Africans on a... More > global scale. For example in Africa and America the Caucasian colonizers created laws to discourage or to stop Africans learning or reading i.e. newspapers or books i.e. the bible. In many cases the Caucasians created propaganda literature to confuse and hide the truth from the Africans, one has to be mindful that knowledge is power, which means if you colonise and conquer a people, the first thing is to take away their knowledge (power), which makes the people i.e. Africans or Asians weak, vulnerable, gullible easy to condition, indoctrinate and westernise.< Less
The Story of Edward Goins: Slavery was my past but certainly not my future! By Charity Samora
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Here you will find the detailed information, as found, of Edward Goins as well as his ancestors and descendants. The family has been traced back to colonial America, yet half the story is still... More > unknown.< Less
From Colonies to Free Nation: United States History 1607-1865 By Henry J. Sage
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A survey of American history from colonial times through the Civil War, 1607-1865, designed for community college, high school and undergraduate college history courses. Includes relevant documents.
Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition of the Slaves in the British Colonies With a View to Their Ultimate Emancipation; and on the Practicability, the Safety, and the Advantages of the Latter Measure. By Thomas Clarkson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Clarkson (28 March 1760 – 26 September 1846), was an... More > English abolitionist, and a leading campaigner against the slave trade in the British Empire. He helped found The Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade (also known as the Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade) and helped achieve passage of the Slave Trade Act of 1807, which ended British trade in slaves.In his later years Clarkson campaigned for the abolition of slavery worldwide; it was then concentrated in the Americas. In 1840, he was the key speaker at the Anti-Slavery Society's (today known as Anti-Slavery International) first conference in London, which campaigned to end slavery in other countries.Clarkson was the son of Rev. John Clarkson (1710–1766), an Anglican priest. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Clarkson< Less
What is Wrong with Black People? - How Post-slave Psychology and Afrocentricity are joining with Colonialism to undermine Black Africa's Cultural Integrity. By Joe Mintsa
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The mood in the world today is such that either you believe that Black people are natural slaves, or you believe that White people are evil by nature. In either case, you are in a stalemate: you... More > can't change "nature", can you? [...] Yet, not only is it very improbable for someone to turn up slave or evil just by nature; it is neither demonstrable that evil is conditioned by skin colour. The question, here, is: why should evil be White; and why should evil's target be Black? In other words, what is wrong with evil always tending to choose Black? In fact, the actual question is: what is wrong with Black people always tending to be evil's preferred targets? [...] This book simply personifies a totally different type of intuition, where the most unsuspected – yet, the most damning – causes of the suffering and the struggles of Africans in today's world are not only laid open with courage, but also resolved with vision. -- Free Preview on www.lulu.com/content/1470798 [Preview this book].< Less

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