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        LC ClassificationsAugust 1997
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        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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The history of slavery in West Africa

" This gives the township its present limits. Eden in Sumer on the Niger— Archeological, Linguistic and Gnetic Evidence of 450,000 years of Atlantis, Eden and Sumer in West Africa. '' it may be stated that in addition to those already named as having entered lands, there was Edward Waechter. There were aged parents that had bid "Godspeed" to three or four stalwart sons, and Saturdays would bring letters from some of them.

The township contains about twenty square miles, and includes sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 18 and 19 of township 11 north, range 13 east; sections 1, 2, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of townshp 11 north, range 12 east; sections 29, 30, 31 and 32 of township 12 north, range 13 east, and sections 25, 26, 35 and 36 of township 12 north, range 12 east.

; for their own use. In this connection, it may be stated that ahead of all these various mills there was the pioneer affair known as the old Maple hand-mill of a Mr. 120 years later Nat Turner led a revolt in Virginia that killed approximately 60 whites. Its only church building is the Lutheran. Today in Igbo land we still have the descendants of the Immortal First People.

" His cabin stood a half mile south of Fairfield village. The logical and highly organized structure of the Basque language surely seems to support this possibility. " The place is, and has been for a number of decades, in the midst of a plowed field. The Aro slave trading network of Arochukwu first established itself in 1620 with the intent of enslaving the Egbo tribes.

Free coloureds formed a middle group on the social ladder, between blacks and whites. Before that, settlers were obliged to "go to mill" at Brookville or over to the Great Miami. These Indians escaped along this path and tore Stafford's shirt into fragments, which they scattered along the way to lure the pursuers into an ambush.

All who were thought to have been associated with the revolt, including white missionaries, were either imprisoned or killed. A new feature of industry, if such it may be called, is that of the experimental fruit farm, overlooking the town.

The history of slavery in West Africa

Egba will be used to describe the largest Igbo descended tribe living in Yorubaland Southwest Nigeria inhabiting the Osugun State,while Igbo-Mina will address another Igbo descended tribe living in the Kwara State of Yorubaland. who is claimed to have run a flat-boat, loaded with whisky and other produce, from Dunlapsville to New Orleans. "I tender you my best wishes for the continuance of your life and health as long as you shall yourself wish them to continue.