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Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire
Origin of the Civilization from the Cushites
Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire
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Drusilla Dunjee Houston - Author
Peggy Brooks-Bertram - Editor
Price: $24.95 
Paperback - 293 pages
Release Date: January 2007
ISBN10: 0-9722977-3-1
ISBN13: 978-0-9722977-3-8

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Summary

Classic history of Ancient Ethiopia, as researched and written by a heralded African American woman activist.

Writer, activist, and indefatigable community leader in the American West, Drusilla Dunjee Houston (1876–1941) offers a remarkable, well-researched study of the origins of African American culture. First published in a very limited edition in 1926, Wonderful Ethiopians of the Cushite Empire features an extraordinarily rare, early study by an African American women of the roots of her people. Focusing on the origins of the matrilineal line in African culture, Houston offers a readable and meticulously researched window on a world long ago.

Peggy Brooks-Bertram is cofounder of the Uncrowned Queens Institute for Research and Education on Women, Inc. at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.



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