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1966 in Vietnam Marvin Parker
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Size: 5" x 8"
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A Vacation in Africa Every Summer By Latoya Ann Dawson
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781682731697
Latoya is happy to complete this book because now she is the author of three books. She now have two children books, including this one. Her other book consist of her creative writing for the theatre. She love to write during her spare time. One of her dreams is to be a well-known author one day. You could find her books on TheBookPatch.com in a printed and eBook version. She was Inspired to write about another part of the world since her other children’s book is about China, which she shares her experience teaching English for six months to Chinese students in China. However, she have never been to Africa, but hope to go in the near future.
AFRIKA! The True Origin of Karate and All Martial Arts Abolade Tayo
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• Ancient Africa, stretched from what we now know as Afrika up to a part of India, read the facts. • Ancient Afrikan Martial Arts Masters were complete. • Was medical knowledge taught to Martial Arts Masters? • Did Kung - Fu begin in China? • Did Karate have it’s rough origin in India and was perfected in Okinawa? • Who was Ta - Mo? • Who taught the Chinese Martial Arts? • Did Ju - Do begin in the Orient? • Is Sumo wrestling Oriental? • Read the truth, you will see all the lies exposed, the reason, they have miseducated you about Martial Arts. • Who is the Real leader of Asa Kiniun (Simba - Ryu) Afrikan Martial Arts? • Read about the Propaganda, lies and half truths, the plan ...
Alger historique Mythes et Réalité Dmoh Bacha
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645503835
Siphiwe Baleka, concerned with the lost history of his family because of the criminal European and American Trade in African people and their enslavement, uses DNA testing and a lot of research to reconstruct the history of the Balanta people all the way back to their origin in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia (Sudan), in prehistoric times. Volume I covers that history up until their exodus during the Egyptian XVIII Dynasty (1479-1429 BC). The book is presented as a letter to his sons, so that they will know the full dignity of their ancestral heritage. But the book is also of immense value to all people of African descent whose ancestors were the victims of American slavery, and whose descendants have ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain (black and white version) Siphiwe Baleka
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Siphiwe Baleka, concerned with the lost history of his family because of the criminal European and American Trade in African people and their enslavement, uses DNA testing and a lot of research to reconstruct the history of the Balanta people all the way back to their origin in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia (Sudan), in prehistoric times. Volume I covers that history up until their exodus during the Egyptian XVIII Dynasty (1479-1429 BC). The book is presented as a letter to his sons, so that they will know the full dignity of their ancestral heritage. But the book is also of immense value to all people of African descent whose ancestors were the victims of American slavery, and whose descendants have ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume II Volume II Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645504023
In Balanta B’urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I, we established the following facts: 1. Our paternal ancestors are the Balanta who live in present-day Guinea Bissau on the West Coast of Africa. 2. Our ancestors share a common lineage with Bantu and Nilo-Saharan people of North East Africa. 3. More specifically, our ancestors lived in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia. Today, that area is called Sudan. 4. Between 18,000 BC and 332 BC, Balanta ancestors made numerous migrations from Ta-Nihisi and Ta-Meri to West Africa. This book, Volume II, explores in some detail those migrations, where we went and what happened to us until the first encounters with the Portuguese on the coast of ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume II (black and white version) Siphiwe Baleka
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In Balanta B’urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I, we established the following facts: 1. Our paternal ancestors are the Balanta who live in present-day Guinea Bissau on the West Coast of Africa. 2. Our ancestors share a common lineage with Bantu and Nilo-Saharan people of North East Africa. 3. More specifically, our ancestors lived in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia. Today, that area is called Sudan. 4. Between 18,000 BC and 332 BC, Balanta ancestors made numerous migrations from Ta-Nihisi and Ta-Meri to West Africa. This book, Volume II, explores in some detail those migrations, where we went and what happened to us until the first encounters with the Portuguese on the coast of ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume III Volume III Siphiwe Baleka
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ISBN: 9781645504276
The third volume of Balanta B'Urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain covers the history of the Balanta people from the time of the first arrival of Portuguese to the coast of Guinea Bissau until the capture of Siphiwe Baleka's great, great, great, great, great grandfather, his arrival in the Carolinas, and his enslavement by the Blake family. This is the book that explains Balanta life prior to the European trans Atlantic slave trade and the who, what, where, when and how the majority of Balanta people ended up in North America.

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