The African Caliphate

Author: Ibraheem Sulaiman
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This scholarly work focuses on the establishment in 1809 of the celebrated Sokoto caliphate in what is now Nigeria. The Sokoto caliphate may well have been the last complete re-establishment of Islam in its entirety, comprising all of its many and varied dimensions.

Plantation Slavery In The Sokoto Caliphate

Author: Mohammed Bashir Salau
Editor: Rochester Studies in African H
ISBN: 1580469388
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A work of synthesis on plantation slavery in nineteenth century Sokoto caliphate, engaging with major debates on internal African slavery, on the meaning of the term "plantation," and on comparative slavery

Ancient And Medi Val History

Author: George Park Fisher
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Mediaeval History

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Outlines Of Universal History

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Elements Of Universal History On A New And Systematic Plan From The Earliest Times To The Treaty Of Vienna

Author: Henry White
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A History Of The World On A New And Systematic Plan

Author: Henry White
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Elements Of Universal History

Author: Henry White
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The African Guardian

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Islamism Its Rise And Its Progress

Author: Fred Arthur Neale
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Cyclop Dia Of Universal History The Modern World 2 Pt

Author: John Clark Ridpath
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Ridpath S Universal History

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The Caliphate

Author: William Muir
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The African Diaspora

Author: Joseph E. Harris
Editor: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 9780890967317
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As Africans and descendants of slaves have sought to expand an understanding of their history, focus on the African diaspora--the global dispersal of a people and their culture--has increased. African studies have assumed a prominent place in historical scholarship, and a growing number of non-African scholars has helped revise a discipline established over several decades. The six contributions in this volume were compiled as a result of the thirtieth Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lecture held at the University of Texas at Arlington. The contributors, nationally recognized in the field, represent a collaborative analysis of the African diaspora from African and non-African perspectives. Joseph E. Harris discusses how the African diaspora influences the economies, politics, and social dynamics of both the homeland and the host country. Alusine Jalloh reconstructs the mercantile activities of the Fula in colonial Sierra Leone. Joseph E. Inikori argues that slavery and serfdom in medieval Europe provide greater insights into precolonial Africa than do standard New World comparisons. Colin A. Palmer examines the power relationships that undergirded American slavery in order to better understand the enslaved. Douglas B. Chambers reveals the enduring influence of Africanisms in the historical development of Afro-Virginian slave culture. And Dale T. Graden looks at African slavery in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil between 1848 and 1856, focusing on the Bahian elite and their response to slave resistance.

The Caliphate Its Rise Decline And Fall

Author: Sir William Muir
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The Dublin Review

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The Dublin Review

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Haroun Alraschid Caliph Of Bagdad

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The African Knights

Author: Conrad Cairns
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In the 19th century the eastern Savannah (now divided between the countries of Nigeria, Niger, Mali, and Cameroon) was one of the most neglected parts of the African continent, and yet at the same time one of the most culturally sophisticated. During this period warfare among the peoples of the eastern Savannah, and in particular the three most significant native states - the Sokoto Caliphate, the ancient kingdom of Bornu, and the somewhat less ancient state of Bagirmi - was largely dominated by cavalry, and a significant proportion of these mounted troops were armored. This groundbreaking book covers the period that began with the Sokoto jihad in 1804 and ended with the extinction of the Savannah states by the European colonial powers at the turn of the 20th century. In addition to providing a brief outline history of the three states, it examines in detail the arms, equipment and methods of warfare used by their armored 'knights' and infantry, and includes in addition sections on their horses, artillery, flags, fortifications, and clothing. It is illustrated throughout with contemporary photographs and engravings.