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Dawn Voyage: The Black African Discovery Of America Michael Anderson Bradley

Dawn Voyage: The Black African Discovery Of America

Michael Anderson Bradley

Published 1987
ISBN : 9780920197370
193 pages
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The Black Discovery of America/Dawn Voyage presents the agricultural, religious, artistic and architectural evidence that Black Africans from the sub-Sahara were probably the first discoverers of America from across the Atlantic, but notes thatMoreThe Black Discovery of America/Dawn Voyage presents the agricultural, religious, artistic and architectural evidence that Black Africans from the sub-Sahara were probably the first discoverers of America from across the Atlantic, but notes that the first true discoverers were, of course, Asiatic nomads crossing the Bering Land Bridge during the last Ice Age.The book also presents evidence that, perhaps, seafaring Asians may have reached America across the Pacific earlier than Black Africans from across the Atlantic. But the evidence is presented to show that African contact, unlike possible sporadic Oriental sea-borne contact, actually influenced the development of Mezo-american civilizations in important ways.Non-fiction. First published as The Black Discovery of America (Personal Library, Toronto, 1981) and then re-issued as Dawn Voyage (Summerhill Press, Toronto, 1987- A & B Books, New York, 1993) this illustrated book was course-adopted by 40 high school boards and universities in the United States and Canada 1982-1993. Popularly written but researched with meticulous care, the three editions of this book differ only in the Introductions by three different academic experts from Canadian and U. S. centres of African studies. All rights are available.