Wonderful Ethiopia Essay

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Wonderful Ethiopians
Of The
Ancient Cushite Empire
By Drusilla Dunjee Houston
First published in 1926
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FOREWORD
This is a pioneering, long-lost, work of Afrocentric history. Drusilla Dunjee
Houston, (1876-1941) was a teacher, journalist and self-taught historian. Inspired by W.E.B. DuBois' The Negro, Houston undertook a life-long quest to discover
African history from an African-American perspective. Today it is clear that conventional historians' fixation on 'Dead White Men' misses huge parts of the historical picture. Africa had several advanced civilizations

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