Hannibal Smith - Dukandarra in the Looking Glass by Rudolph Young (Buy at Ebay)

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Hannibal Smith (DukandDarra) in the looking glass.

Rudolph Young: (Rosenwald Foundation) Mount Vernon School

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Bosko Sanjo: Dukandarra Nancy Stories by Loretta A. Davis

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Historian Rudolph Young: Historic Lincoln County, NC Part 3

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Historian Rudolph Young: Historic Lincoln County, NC Part 2

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Historian Rudolph Young: Historic Lincoln County, NC Part 1

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Black Cultural

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Here a display of a African Culture Museum display  of tools used and made  by negro servants who were blacksmiths.  Our objectives: collect historical artifacts, tools and crafts that was once used in daily life of the negro in Lincoln County.  Provide researched information and assist others in discoveries and re-visualization of Lincoln County documented African  communities and heritages.  African proverb: "It takes a village to raise a child".  Display: Courtesy of the Historic Carson House Plantation African Museum, Marion, N.C.

Coalition Of Black Churches

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Of Lincoln County

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VENTURE SMITH Make It Happen

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 Arzuma  is the name that I gave to a slave in Rhode Island and later in  Connecticut. The historians who wrote about him never mentioned
his  African name. They called him Prince Negro, Great Prince and Guinea, a  general location in West Africa from where he came. His tribal
affiliation was never mentioned. 

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Hannibal Smith Dukandarra In The Looking Glass

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 To  the Land beyond the River of Ethiopia (ISIAH 18).  In 1868, a snarled  old man stood in front of a mirror in little Egypt Catawba Springs  Township, North Carolina, but didn't recognize the image reflected back  at him, but he understood how and why Igbos were acting as they were  acting in America and Dukandarra.  

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FATIMA BELLO

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 Fatima was a female slave on the Carson House Plantation. She was of  Arab origin and educated whereas, she could read and write fluently  Arabic, she didn't understand English. Making plantation live with  Fatima intriguing and interesting, to say the least. 

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