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The Blind African African Slave, Or Memoirs of Boyrereau Brinch Nicknamed Jeffrey Brace By Benjamin F Prentiss
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In 1810 Benjamin Prentiss sat down with his former slave, who was going blind. He wanted to hear his story. The man Boyrereau Brinch, nicknamed Jeffrey Brace tells him of his homeland, the animals,... More > the language, his family and his travels to Ethiopia. He tells of his despise for slavery and gives religious quotes in defence of his stance against slavery. The story journeys through his memories and his recollections of his childhood and how his life developed. A sad story in American history, written over 200 years ago and republished here for the first time for a new generation to be able to read. Our history should not be forgotten. This is a must read for anyone who loves history or wants to learn more about our past that is slowly being erased from our textbooks.< Less
The Blind African African Slave, Or Memoirs of Boyrereau Brinch Nicknamed Jeffrey Brace By Benjamin F Prentiss
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In 1810 Benjamin Prentiss sat down with his former slave, who was going blind. He wanted to hear his story. The man Boyrereau Brinch, nicknamed Jeffrey Brace tells him of his homeland, the animals,... More > the language, his family and his travels to Ethiopia. He tells of his despise for slavery and gives religious quotes in defence of his stance against slavery. The story journeys through his memories and his recollections of his childhood and how his life developed. A sad story in American history, written over 200 years ago and republished here for the first time for a new generation to be able to read. Our history should not be forgotten. This is a must read for anyone who loves history or wants to learn more about our past that is slowly being erased from our textbooks.< Less
Animals of Africa ~ The Endangered Bontebok By Donnette E Davis
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Animals of Africa, Individual mini-units from A to Z of African Animals, their conservation status, their habitat, all the basic facts a primary school learner needs to know. Specific focus on... More > animal conservation in Africa and endangered species throughout the world, and what we can do to help. These illustrated fact books with African themed notepages are for personal and classroom use, and can also be uploaded on to your own website or blog, providing the document is uploaded in its original format and that no portion/s of the document is/are removed or altered. This unit is NOT for resale or profit. Conditional upon some of the information and/or illustrations being utilised was the proviso that full credits & acknowledgements must be retained in the eBook. More printables and videos can be found on www.staidenshomeshool.com/africa/african_animals.html This unit focuses on the endangered African Bontebok.< Less
The New African American Story Book By Chimauchem Okpalaeke
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An African and American Great stories of this time. The story of a young Lady that determine to make history, the Wise and the foolish, The Rich and the Poor, the three powerful women, A woman and... More > her three children, The defeat of Lion by Tortoise, All latest Animal Story tales etc. Great Stories in this book is for greatness and stardom< Less
The Princess of the Lost Village - An African Tale By Isaac Milioti
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When the Ngoni princess returns to her village from hiding at the leopard's nest, she is horrified to find that her village was turned into ruins after an enemy attack. However, at the evening... More > twilight with the wind hushed and quiet as the princess places her ear on the ground, she can hear sounds of animals, children playing, women pounding and men chopping wood, coming from beneath the earth. Had her village sank?< Less
The Princess of the Lost Village - An African Tale By Isaac Milioti
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When the Ngoni princess returns to her village from hiding at the leopard's nest, she is horrified to find that her village was turned into ruins after an enemy attack. However, at the evening... More > twilight with the wind hushed and quiet as the princess places her ear on the ground, she can hear sounds of animals, children playing, women pounding and men chopping wood, coming from beneath the earth. Had her village sank?< Less
The African Expedition Magazine March 2009 By Mitch Mitchell
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The Ultimate Dangerous Game Rifle: Designing for the 21st Century: The Stock ▪ Long Range Shooting: Learning to shoot from Snipers ▪ African Game Animals: Choose your favorite ▪... More > Cholera: The unseen killer ▪  Underwater Photography: Get started with a great new hobby ▪ Fate of the Leopard: A tale of Africa ▪ Press Releases ▪ Product Reviews ▪ African Bush Cuisine: Springbuck Roast with dark chocolate and chilli with sautéd fresh vegetables ▪ True North: Formula to Friendship< Less
African Expedition Magazine May 2009 By Mitch Mitchell
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The BorderLine Walk: The progression of a dream ▪ Predicting bullet performance: Clear skies or rain? ▪ The Mauser M03 Africa .458 Lott: New thunder in the Bushveld ▪ African Game... More > Animals: The Kudu: Grace in grey ▪ Finding Jimmy: Rescuing a Black Rhino in Zimbabwe ▪ Destinations: Southern Mozambique ▪ Press Releases ▪ Product News & Reviews ▪ African Bush Cuisine: Prawns with olive oil, garlic and peri-peri ▪ True North: The Great Stories< Less
The African Expedition Magazine November 2008 By Mitch Mitchell
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Track better, hunt better  ▪ Learn the Secrets of the San Bushmen Lethal Legacy ▪ The most feared animal on the African continent One on one with Africa's Black Death ▪... More > Surviving a buffalo attack Battling Tigers in Africa ▪ Fighting Africa’s freshwater superpredator Poor Man's Leopard ▪ Hunting the Spotted Hyena The Monster from Namibia ▪ The new Number 1 White Water Rafting ▪ Riding the untamed Rivers of Africa Overlanding from Desert to Delta ▪ The best of all Possible Worlds ▪ Marshpig’s Father ▪ Namibia's Champion of Ugly ▪ Regulars ▪ Hunter's Pot ▪ True North - In the End ▪ WIN! Great competitions and great prizes< Less
African Origins of English Heritage and Culture By CHRISTOPHER MUFUDZI MTETWA-CHIRONDA
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When trying to overstand the history of humanity, one should always be guided by the principal which dictates that all human beings originate from one common ancestor, this will help to explain why... More > human beings share the same traditions and culture and most of all why all languages originate from the same source, as the Bible confirms. In essence, the fact that some people have dark or light skin does not change the fact that all human beings and all other life forms have a common ancestor or creator, in other words the creators or Gods who created people are the same creators or Gods who created other forms of life i.e. animals, plants or rocks. In order to overstand what I am saying you have to imagine human beings like a bunch of roses, in the world of nature we have red rose, yellow roses, purple roses, white roses or black roses, unsurprisingly they all look and smell like roses.< Less

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