Ethiopia Unbound: Studies in Race Emancipation, African Affairs, Volume XI, Issue XLI, 1 October , Pages – At the dawn of the twentieth century, men of light and. leading both in Europe and in America had not yet made up their minds as to what place to assign to the. Ethiopia Unbound: Studies in Race Emancipation. Front Cover. Joseph Ephraim Casely Hayford. C.M. Phillips, – Africa, West – pages.
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