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Slavery and African Ethnicities in the AmericasRestoring the Links$
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Gwendolyn Midlo Hall

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780807829738

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: July 2014

DOI: 10.5149/9780807876862_hall

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Conclusion Implications for Culture Formation in The Americas

Conclusion Implications for Culture Formation in The Americas

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Slavery and African Ethnicities in the Americas

Gwendolyn Midlo Hall

University of North Carolina Press

The goal of this book is to restore the severed links among Africans in Africa and their descendants in the Americas, and to prove the presence and influence of a particular ethnicity in the Americas. Specifically, it challenges the widely held belief among historians that African ethnicities had little demographic and cultural influence on the Americas. Because they deny the roots of peoples in Africa and render them invisible, the book attempts to make the invisible Africans visible. In order to understand the roots of Africans in the Americas, patterns of their introduction over time and place are explored. This conclusion highlights the impact of the specific African regions and ethnicities in the formation of new cultures developing throughout the Americas.

Keywords:   Africans, Africa, ethnicity, Americas, African regions, cultures

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