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Imperial Ethiopia - Ethiopian History, Culture, Tradition
Official site of the Imperial Crown Council of Ethiopia, the governing body of the Imperial Family of Ethiopia, Africa's oldest royal dynasty. This site presents the history of Ethiopia and its kings and queens, as well as information on the Imperial Family's various cultural and humanitarian activities, the Ethiopian aristocracy and Ethiopia's religions. Since the death of Emperor Ahma Selassie, son and successor of Emperor Haile Selassie, the Crown Council has embodied the leadership of the Imperial Family, and the history, hopes and dreams of a nation.
The Anglo-African Who's Who - Jeppestown Press
The reprint of Walter H. Wills' reference book 'The Anglo-African Who's Who' of 1907 is available for purchase through the Jeppestown Press web site and of course through Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. It contains around 2,000 detailed biographical entries on notable men and women of early 20th century Africa - from explorers, kings and politicians, to settlers, soldiers and colonists.
The Knowles Collection
The Knowles Collection is group of records on the FamilySearch Community Trees Website. This database originally contained the records of a small section of the Jewish people of the British Isles. That set included less than 10,000 people. What was once a single database, has now grown to be six individual databases that now contain the genealogical records of almost 1.2 million Jewish people: The Jews of the British Isles; The Jews of North America; The Jews of Europe; The Jews of South America and the Caribbean; The Jews of Africa, The Orient and the Middle East; The Jews of the South Pacific.