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The Significance of African American History

By | April 2013
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camron sampson
African American history I to 1865
Instructor: Burn, DJ
Subject & NBR
09/05/2012

Significance of African American History.

Dictionary.com defined the word history as “continuous” systematic narrative of past events as relation to a particular people, country, period, person, according to the meaning of the word History, it full knowledge will improve African American status. Despite the transition of Africans from West Africa to America and used them as slaves to work on tobacco and sugar plantations for many years, they had the privilege to be a part of this grate and powerful nation which empower them economically, on cultural plan and a standard of civilization.

The economic aspect can be remarkable in many ways. In the book the “African American Odyssey” By Darlene Clark Hine, William C. Hine, Stanley Harold on page six said that “West Africans were making iron tools long before European arrived” Therefore African Americans worked very and used their abilities and techniques and applied them to their had duties that they had here. Blacks increased the growth of the American Nation, one example of that is how they built the white house and other various things we use in the U.S today. All their contributions increased the progress of the economy.

There are a number of aspects of African American cultures that were highlighted by the period of slavery. The outcome is a powerful and unique culture that continues to have a positive effect on conventional American culture, not only to that, it extends to the broader world as well. Tough slaves played an important role in it altogether, which restricted the African Americans to practice their rich culture in America, their culture has still survived, be it their beliefs, values other practices of the society, and cultural traditions have mixed beautifully with the European American culture. Fore...

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