The Ummah Slowly Bled: A Select Bibliography of Enslaved African Muslims in the Americas and the Caribbean

@article{Singleton2002TheUS,
  title={The Ummah Slowly Bled: A Select Bibliography of Enslaved African Muslims in the Americas and the Caribbean},
  author={Brent D. Singleton},
  journal={Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={401 - 412}
}
Despite an Islamic presence in the Western hemisphere for over half a millennium, the history of this portion of the Muslim Diaspora is gravely under-researched. There is evidence that Muslims had reached and interacted with Native Peoples long before Columbus made the ‘New World’ known to Europe. Nevertheless, it was Columbus’ voyage and the resultant European onslaught that forever changed the history of Native Peoples, Africans, and consequently African Muslims. For 400 years, millions of… Expand
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