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By George Reid Andrews

Two-thirds of Africans, either loose and enslaved, who got here to the Americas from 1500 to 1870 got here to Spanish the United States and Brazil. but Afro-Latin american citizens were excluded from narratives in their hemisphere’s historical past. George Reid Andrews redresses this omission through making obvious the lives and labors of black Latin american citizens within the New World.

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