Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization BCP Pamphlet SeriesBlack Classic Press #ad - In this essay, jackson discusses the ancient Ethiopians and their widespread influence on the early history of civilization.
Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500BC to 2000AD#ad - This is well researched scholarly work detailing the development of civilisation in Africa and its destruction. This is a widely read classic exposition of the history of Africans on the continent, the people of African descent in the United States and in the diaspora.
The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or RealityLawrence Hill Books #ad - Now in its 30th printing, archaeological, this classic presents historical, and anthropological evidence to support the theory that ancient Egypt was a black civilization.
Unmistakably Black: Sculpture and Paintings From The World's First Civilisation Egypt OnlyPomegranate Publishing #ad - Sculpture and paintings of the ancient Egyptians that are rarely seen in textbooks. From the world's first civilisation and they are unmistakably Black! They are shown with a no-nonsense commentary from anthro-photo-journalist Anu M'Bantu.
100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof: A Short Cut to The World History of The NegroHelga M. Rogers #ad - Classic collection of black history and trivia.
History of the Black Man: an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham the son of Noah 1921#ad - Even Mr. A lack of historical knowledge of ourselves has been the means of lessening of our race pride. Joseph julius Jackson, D. D. Myers would have the students of his general history believe that the black man has always been a hewer of wood and a drawer of water. Valuable information upon the past and present history of the black man.
Rev. A better knowledge of the contribution of the black man to civilization will cause us to have a better opinion of ourselves. The average historian has not considered the ancient history of the black man of sufficient importance to claim his attention. A brief reference will be made to the origin of the race, the rise of the Ethiopian and Egypt, and the early influence of African civilization upon the ancient history of the world.
Was an african-american preacher and head of the Baptist Aged Ministers' Home and Theological Seminary, in Bellefontaine, Ohio. In 1921 after considerable expense and with much labor and research he published the book “The History of the Black Man” which covers an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham, Songhay and Hansas, the son of Noah: history of the Black kingdoms of Ghana, Melle, and the early American Negro.
History of the Black Man: an authentic collection of historical information on the early civilization of the descendents of Ham the son of Noah 1921 #ad - In introducing his book jackson notes that “it is very essential that every race should possess a correct knowledge of its own past history. Much space will be given to the history of the American negro, 1619 to the present date. Other books by this author include: A compendium of historical facts of the early African Baptist churches.
The Mis-Education of the Negro#ad - This conditioning, he claims, causes African-Americans to become dependent and to seek out inferior places in the greater society of which they are a part. Those who have not learned to do for themselves and have to depend solely on others never obtain any more rights or privileges in the end than they did in the beginning.
Woodson's book is that african-Americans of his day were being culturally indoctrinated, rather than taught, in American schools. He challenges his readers to become autodidacts and to "do for themselves", regardless of what they were taught:History shows that it does not matter who is in power. The thesis of Dr.
The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States 1842#ad - Mr. 1804 –1863 was a presbyterian clergyman, educator, and planter of Liberty County, missionary, Georgia. While in the north, jones agonized over the morality of owning slaves, but he returned to Liberty County to become a planter and a missionary to slaves. Under the head of the obligations of the church to the negroes, the author speaks out plainly and forcibly, first to the church in slaveholding states on their duties to the slaves, then to Christians in the free states on their duty to afford the gospel to free negroes within their limits.
Jones, the author of this volume, had for years manifested a deep interest in the religious improvement of his colored fellow-men. He was a minister of the gospel, resident in Georgia, and connected ecclesiastically with the Presbyterian denomination. This book contains an historical sketch of the religious instruction of the negroes from 1620 to 1842—treats of the moral and religious condition of the negroes; of the obligations of the church to improve that condition by giving them the gospel—and proposes plans for securing their religious instruction.
The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States 1842 #ad - Charles Colcock Jones, Sr. Jones weighs well all objections to the course proposed and meets them on Scriptural grounds: so that it must be difficult for a minister of the gospel or a private Christian to read and not be reproved. He served as pastor of the first presbyterian church of savannah, professor of church history and polity at Columbia Theological Seminary, 1835–38, South Carolina, Columbia, Georgia 1831–32, returned to missionary work in 1839, and was again Professor at Columbia Seminary 1847–50.
He spent the remainder of his life supervising his three plantations, Montevideo, Arcadia, and Maybank, while continuing his evangelization of slaves.