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The African-American Atlas: Black History and Culture-An Illustrated Reference Paperback – Illustrated, December 1, 1998
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Mark T. Mattson is director of the Cartography Lab at Temple University.
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The historical and cultural atlas of African Americans provides colorful pages filled with primary and secondary source facsimiles in the form of: maps, charts, pictures and various other reproductions. The evidentiary data housed within the text was carefully gathered via a balance of in-depth interviews with numbers of individuals across the globe. The authors of this text release truths seldom addressed publically regarding the wealth and breathe of resources given humanity through free and enslaved Black peoples originating from mother Africa. Explanatory data on a myriad of subjects within a chronological context ensures the information provided within this text is balanced with rich firsthand accounts of pivotal events, the thoughts, talk and actions of individuals and groups of people whose lives greatly impacted the days and lives of those now identified as Black/Africans in America/African Americans. No home, classroom or culturally competent institution should be without a copy of this great work rendered the world through Dr. Molefi Kete Asante and Mark T. Mattson.